Switzerland (Red) and Denmark (Blue) within Europe
Treaty revoked 18 March 1750.
Parties in the TreatyEdit
This treaty has been written to establish a Defensive Pact between the nations of the Kingdom of the Swiss and the Kingdom of Denmark-Norway, proclaiming that these nations are bound to assist eachother against threats, foreign and domestic, if called upon to do so. Understanding that sovereignty and peace time, as well as military strength, is the inherent right of every just nation, this document proclaims that Switzerland and Denmark shall be engaged in an eternal cease fire (unless the Pact is broken).
This document also proclaims that any and all government-imposed barriers placed with the intention of restricting trade shall be abolished on both sides (namely tariffs).
The signing of this document officially ratifies this treaty.