Treaty of Osokorky
|Treaty of Osokorky|
Spheres of influence under the Treaty
Pavlov in Purple
Karnia-Ruthenia in Gold.
|Created||15 August 2020|
|Authors||HIM Emperor Aleksandr IV and H&RAM Emperor Oscar I|
|Signers|| Empire of Pavlov|
|Purpose||- Amending the Treaty of Theodosia |
- Recognition of merging of the Thrones of the North American Confederation and Karnia-Ruthenia
The Treaty of Osokorky, also sometimes informally referred to as The Treaty on the recognition of Emperors by elements of the Pavlovian Government, is a treaty signed between Alexander IV, Emperor of Pavlov and Oscar I, Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia in which the two of them recognize each other as full Emperors with Auctoritas Invicta and Imperium. The Imperium of the Treaty of Osokorky is not to be confused with the flawed Austenasian theory of Imperium, for in the Treaty of Osokorky Imperium is defined as a titular precedence and semi-universal authority over states in their respective spheres of influence. The signatories also do not see themselves as all being Emperors of an "undivided Roman Empire" as is present in the Austenasian theory.
On the other hand it establishes that the two may only recognize other Emperors on unanimous agreement between the parties, and that any amendment to the document may be made solely on unanimous agreement between the parties. As per treaty, the exact contents are not shared to 3th parties.
History[edit | edit source]
The Treaty of Theodosia, was a treaty signed between Alexander IV, Oscar I and HIM Emperor Wilhelm I in which the three of them recognize each other as full Emperors. Upon merging of the Thrones of the North American Confederation and Karnia-Ruthenia, the Treaty of Osokorky was proposed as an amendment.
Signatories[edit | edit source]
- Empire of Pavlov
- Alexander IV, Emperor of Pavlov
- HS Prince Khrystofor Slavomyrovych Drakonov
- HI Count Eduard Robertovych Gunderov
- Oscar I, Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia
- HM King Christian I
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "Treaty of Osokorky". 12 June 2020.