Treaty of Alexandrești

From Empire of Karnia-Ruthenia
Treaty of Alexandrești
Coat of Arms of Carpathia until 12 July 2016.
Coat of Arms of Carpathia until 12 July 2016.
Created 09 July 2016
Ratified 12 July 2016
Location Alexandrești, Carpathia
Authors Domnitor Oscar and Domnitor Alexander XII
Signers Domnitor Oscar
Domnitor Alexander XII
Purpose Abdication of Domnitor Oscar and union of Carpathia to Karnia-Ruthenia.

The Treaty of Alexandrești is a treaty signed between Emperor-King Oscar of Karnia-Ruthenia as co-Domnitor of Carpathia and Alexander IV, Emperor of Pavlov as co-Domnitor Alexander XII in which it was agreed that Oscar would abdicate from the Princely Throne of the Carpathia and keep the Principality of Carpathia only under the auspices of Alexander XII. On the other hand, the remaining Domnitor of Carpathia should agree to maintain the Principality as state member of the Karno-Ruthenian Empire, submitted to its laws, Constitution and Emperor.

The parties agreed to keep the terms of the treaty indefinitely, preserving the conditions that provide the signing of the treaty, stating that if the implementation of the treaty becomes infeasible to both parties, the signatories would to restore the status quo ante.

On 09 July 2016, the Household of Their Royal Highness-es the Co-Domnitori Alexander XII and Oscar I announced that the Domnitor Oscar abdicated from the Princely throne of the Carpathia leaving the throne solely to Alexander XII and that Carpathia would become a constituent state of the Karno-Ruthenian Empire[1].

After the succession of the principality against the Empire, the Emperor-King did not wish to recover the status quo ante foreseen in the Treaty.

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