Treaty of Kürzung

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Treaty of Kürzung
Treaty of Kürzung frontpage.
Treaty of Kürzung frontpage.
Created 01 August 2017
Ratified 04 October 2017
Location Axvalley
Authors Emperor-King Oscar
Signers Emperor-King Oscar
Duke Rubens
Purpose Union of Axvalley to Karnia-Ruthenia.

The Treaty of Kürzung is a treaty signed between Emperor-King Oscar of Karnia-Ruthenia and Duke Rubens in Axvalley in which it was agreed that Axvalley would cease to be an independent micronation and would become a member state 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.

With the treaty signed on 01 August 2017, the imperial government was informed and received the news with enthusiasm. Rubens Machado had already participated in the celebrations for the Empire's Day in his new capacity[1], but the treaty was delayed to be presented to the Imperial Diet in the face of worsening relations between Austenasia and members of the Congress of Colo, of which Karnia-Ruthenia was part. Although not directly involved and without any connection with Austenasia, the imperial government opted to wait for a moment of less tension.

The treaty was approved in the afternoon of 04 October 2017[2] and the fact was celebrated by the government, which saw its population and territory expand significantly. At the Imperial Court the sensation was of a more personal joy, since it now had a figure who had the Emperor's graces and held him in the highest esteem.

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