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Concordia Pact

The Concordia Pact, formally known as the Treaty of Association, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance, was a collective defence treaty signed in Johnson, Concordia in Kapreburg, between the Kingdom of Quebec and the Kingdom of Ikonia and the Republic of Kapreburg and satellite states of these nations in April 25, 2019 , after the 2019 Kapresh constitutional crisis. The Concordia Pact is a treaty to prevent the Kingdom of Baustralia from expanding into other micronations and expanding its influence.

Treaty of Association,
Cooperation and Mutual Agreements
Traité d'association, Coopération et accords mutuels
Formation25 April 2019
TypeMilitary alliance
Legal statusIn use
Purpose/focusDefense against the LoN
LocationCreated in Johnson, Concordia, Kapreburg
Official languagesEnglish, French

The Concordia Pact was established as a balance of power or counterweight to the League of Nations, There has been military confrontation between them. Instead, the groups fight and ague regularly and most fights are fought on an ideological basis and in proxy wars.

Signatories do not simply by signing the Convention extend any recognition to co-signatories, due to the "collective desire to ensure trust and honesty in the community" transcending any diplomatic differences between micronations.

Original signatories

The Concordia Pact was signed in person by representatives from three micronations at Johnson on 25 April 2019 are:

Subsequent signatories

Since its entering into force, the following micronations have also acceded to the Concordia Pact: