User talk:King William I

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Hello!

Greetings! I would love to start relations with your nation, the Kingdom of Formicad!

I can perhaps draw up a treaty, is there anything you wish to be in there?

Prime Minister A. Dillman of Arkonia. 16:44, 27 March 2019 (UTC)


Yes, we are hoping for mutual recognition of our two sovereign countries. The mutual recognition will also mean we will respect our current borders. If possible over time we can make a declaration of friendship once our two nations can get to know each other. Also is there a better way of communication with you? 1:52 pm 27 March 2019

That sounds well and good. I will work on the treaty. On the communication issue, we could use email, but I don't like to give out my email, so we might have to stick with this for now. Prime Minister A. Dillman of Arkonia. 13:13, 28 March 2019 (UTC)

How does this sound?

Treaty of Ontshire/Formicad-Arkonia Compact

Article I:The Empire of Arkonia and the Kingdom of Formicad shall establish diplomatic recognitions on this day, 29 March 2019(or whenever this is approved).

Article II:The Empire of Arkonia and the Kingdom of Formicad will not go to war with each other's nation for the length of this treaty being in effect.

Article III:The Empire of Arkonia and the Kingdom of Formicad will respect that borders and sovereignity of the other nations

Article IV:This treaty shall be known as the "Treaty of Ontshire" or the "Formicad-Arkonia Compact".

Article V:If one of the nations changes its form of government, the treaty will remain in effect unless it is repealed by a Constitution or equivalent supreme law.

Article VI:This treaty will remain in effect for 5(five) years, after which time it can be re-negotiated or discarded entirely.


If you like this, put your wikisignature below the text and we can consider this signed.

King William I (talk) 14:42, 28 March 2019 (UTC)