Treaty of Hakodate

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Treaty of Hakodate
Treaty of Hakodate frontpage.
Treaty of Hakodate frontpage.
Created 06 February 2018
Ratified 06 February 2018
Location Hakodate
Authors Emperor-King Oscar
Signers 16.png Emperor-King Oscar
Karno-Ruthenian-Concession-in-Hakodate-Flag.png Governor-General von Rostrand
Purpose Establishment of the Karno-Ruthenian Concession in Hakodate.

The Treaty of Hakodate is a treaty signed between Emperor-King Oscar of Karnia-Ruthenia and Governor-General von Rostrand in which it was agreed that Hakodate would be created to become a concession of the Karno-Ruthenian Empire, located in Hakodate, Hokkaido, submitted to its laws, Constitution and Emperor.

Officially created as the “Karno-Ruthenian Concession of Hakodate“, the area occupies part of Hakodate Park, with little more then 10,000 square meters and famous for the cherry blossom-viewing season. Carl von Joseph und Rostrand, was created “His Illustrious Highness, Count of Rostrand“ and appointed as Governor-General of the Concession in Hakodate.

The treaty is appointed as one of the most ambitious expansionist attitudes of Karnia-Ruthenia, establishing its first territory in the Far East.[1]

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