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Treaty with Cyrene (30.9.1315) / 05.05.1316
« on: 30 September, 2015, 10:21:30 AM »
NAP and Trade agreement with Cyrene

The Rulers of the Byzantine Empire and the Kingdom of Cyrene declare their will to remain at peace with each other and to advertise neutrality in case of any war that is not a direct conflict between our two realms.
This relation will allow trade and prosperity to our people through open borders and fair taxation.
This treaty also opens the doors of all training and studying facilities on our territories to citizens of the other. If it would become necessary to close borders, the rulers will exchange a notification about any remaining goods from the other party's merchants on their markets. Should those desire it, they will be granted access and safe conduct to the markets, so they are able to get their goods. If this cannot be done those goods will be returned by any other means the regent or vassal controlling the market sees fit. If those merchants exceed their privilages given by an access permit, they can be prosecuted according to local law.
If this treaty is terminated, we garantuee that no goods will be confiscated for another 72 hours, so merchants can return their goods. After this period of time, the goods may be handled according to the diplomatic relations.
The treaty can be terminated at any time by one of the signing rulers or their successors.

signed by the autocrat and august Empress of the Romans
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« Last Edit: 05 May, 2016, 09:47:44 PM by Thekla Argyra »
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Re: NAP and Trade agreement with Cyrene (30.9.1315)
« Reply #1 on: 03 October, 2015, 11:14:43 AM »
Signed by King Ugone D'aquino of Cyrene

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Re: Treaty with Cyrene (30.9.1315) / 05.05.1316
« Reply #2 on: 05 May, 2016, 09:54:19 PM »
Treaty of Cooperation between the Byzantine Empire and the Kingdom of Cyrene (05.05.1316)


The Rulers of the Byzantine Empire and the Kingdom of Cyrene affirm their will to remain at peace with each other and promote each others prosperity and strength.
This relation will allow trade and prosperity to our people through open borders and fair taxation.
To achieve that we hereby replace the NAP and trade agreement, shown above with a cooperation under the following terms:



Economical

1. Citizens of both sides are allowed to move and trade freely on all regions that belong to the Kingdom of Cyrene and the Byzantine Empire.
2. In order to promote this freedom, merchants from either side will not be taxed more than 1%
3. Both our citizens are free to attent courses at an academy or to train at a traning camp of the other for a contribution of not more than 1 sc / h.
4. Extraction of Resources remains under the authority of the region's vassal and the kingdom's regent, so citizens will have to ask for permission to take resources or farms outside of their own kingdom.
Such permission is to be given as long as the request will not get in conflict with the owning kingdom's needs.
5. Citizens of Cyrene and Byzantium who, while being in a region belonging to the other kingdom, violate laws that apply in that region will be trialed according to the laws of that Kingdom.
No one is to be prosecuted for religious beliefs or race.

Military

1. Both Kingdoms respect each other's sovereignty and will not attempt to capture a region under the control of the other, or attempt to turn itself on or go to commit a coup in the other Kingdom.
2. Both kingdoms are obligated to assist each other in case of a revolt. If one kingdom has lost control over a region to revolting natives, the allies are required to help regaining it on request of the acknowledged owner.
3. The allied kingdoms are obligated to assists each other in case of an attack, both imminent or passed by another kingdom, if the attacked kingdom calls for help.
The attacked kingdom may state the type of assistence it desires, be it diplomatic, economical or military.

Cancelation

The treaty can be terminated at any time by one of the signing rulers or their successors.
Unilateral cancellation of this treaty must be communicated by letter to the other regent by the canceling regent himself. A publication of this procedure must also be done in the RP forum. From the moment both letter and forum publication will have been done, the treaty will remain in power for another 72 hours.

The regents will also exchange a notification about any remaining goods from the other party's merchants on their markets. Should those desire it, they will be granted access and safe conduct to the markets, so they will be able to get their goods. If this cannot be done those goods will be returned by any other means the regent or vassal controlling the market sees fit. If those merchants exceed their privilages given by an access permit, they can be prosecuted according to local law.
If this treaty is terminated, we garantuee that no goods will be confiscated for 72 hours, so merchants can return their goods. After this period of time, the goods may be handled according to the diplomatic relations.

signed by the autocrat and most august Empress of the Romans
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Re: Treaty with Cyrene (30.9.1315) / 05.05.1316
« Reply #3 on: 05 May, 2016, 10:24:38 PM »
Signed by Queen Gilda Merisi of Cyrene


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Re: Treaty with Cyrene (30.9.1315) / 05.05.1316
« Reply #4 on: 21 August, 2016, 07:19:57 PM »
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To Koja Oxo, who usurped the throne of the Kingdom of Cyrene.

Since you disagreed with the rule of your rightful Queen, who -like yourself- wanted nothing but prosperity for her subjects and development for her kingdom and since you chose to bring war to your Queen and expel her from her throne and her home, the Roman Empire will not recognize your rule to be legitimate.
And since you showed no respect for law and righteousness, we revoke the treaty the Romans had made with the Kingdom of Cyrene.
In accordance with what was agreed between our two people, we had our supervisors search our markets for goods that belong to citizens of Cyrene and found only a few things, which we bought to honor and terminate our obligations to your people.

After her Majesty Gilda and her predecessor improved and strengthened relations with their neighbours, Cyrene now stands without their help within and outside and also without our own goodwill and cooperation again.

May a power greater than us protect and guide us so we both may find humility and peace before our end.

signed by the autocrat and most august Empress of the Romans
Thekla Argyra



Byzantium: glory, commitment, burden

"It was the eternal scene of mankind - the minions of violence, the victim and forever the third, the spectator, who does not raise his hands, does not defend the victim, does not try to free him, because he fears for his own savety and whose own savety is therefore threatened forever." Remarque