NATO/SSSW18 PIAT
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NATO-SSSW18 PIAT



Quote:Article I: Sovereignty



In the signing of this treaty, it must be clear that both organizations and their members will remain sovereign.



Article II: Nonaggression



No member nation of either alliance will declare war on any member nation of the other, provide aid, be it military, money, technology, or knowledge, to enemies of the other, or commit acts of espionage against the other. In addition, neither alliance will attempt to block the advances of the other towards suitable partners confirmed or believed to the best evidence available to be of legal age.



Article III: Friendship



The signatory alliances and their members will treat each other with as much respect and decency as they would show one of their own members. Healthy debate and discussion as well as constructive criticism are not restricted, but alliance members are expected to show tact and consideration by going through the proper channels when addressing a concern. From time to time both alliances are encouraged to inform the other about the best places to go to congregate with attractive friendship prospects.



Article IV: Aid



Should one signatory alliance become in need of monetary assistance, it should be expected that the other signatory alliance will be willing to contribute to help meet the demands of said alliance. If an alliance requires assistance in 'tapping that $@!', militarily speaking, neither is required to grant that assistance, but both would be seen as 'missing out on that $@!'. In addition, both alliances will strive to be open and accommodating and coordinate trading and number circles.



Article V: Intelligence



If either alliance gets reliable word that she is in fact not 18, they will share that word immediately. Sharing of information will be conducted in the proper and private channels, unless jumping up and down and yelling 'She's not 18' is an appropriate action.



Article VI: Withdrawal



If either signatory alliance feels that this treaty has been unjustly violated and diplomatic negotiations have not offered any sort of resolution, they have the right to withdraw from the treaty by the express will of their respective decision making bodies. Notification of withdrawal must be given to the other signatory within forty-eight hours. Should this treaty be revoked by either alliance, a 42 hour grace period begins in which neither alliance may declare war on the other, after which no such rules apply.



Signed:



For NATO:



Anu Drake, Secretary General

Menite, President

The Pansy, Vice President

Lenny N Karl, Secretary of State

Duncan King, Secretary of Interior

Tautology, Secretary of Defense

Brian Reimer, Secretary of Treasury



For SSSW18:



Xman08, President

Jaylord, Secretary of Interior

Otto Skorzeny, Secretary of State

LLAMAco, Secretary of Defense
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