Greater Treisia, TREISIA (DFNS) - The Daikoku Federation and the State of Ariana has signed a treaty on Wednesday night, which brought an end to a two-month territorial dispute between the two states.
The treaty signed by the governments of the Daikoku Federation and the State of Ariana had the following provisions:
The signing of the treaty by the State of Ariana was announced in its state media.
ARIUSGRAD (October 23, 2013) - The Marikina City Crises, which led to trilateral diplomatic tensions between the State of Ariana, the Daikoku Federtion, and the Republic of Kaleido, has ended last 21st October 2013 with the signing of the Daikoku-Ariana Treaty between the Daikoku Federation and the State of Ariana.
Arius Raposas, Chairperson Extraordinary of the State of Ariana, and Darwin Eugenio, Chairperson Ordinary of the State of Ariana, signed the treaty in behalf of the Ariano government.
The Daikoku Federation signed the treaty on October 23, 2013, 22:30, through its representatives Migs Caldeo and Karlos Luis Mozo Anioay, Co-Presidents of the Daikoku Federation.
CPE Raposas and CPO Eugenio expressed their joy and delight on the resolution to the conflict, the Ariano state media reported.
The Presidency of the Daikoku Federation has issued a statement on the signing of the treaty.
The Presidency of the Daikoku Federation expresses its happiness in behalf of the Daikoku people on the signing of the treaty that ends the territorial dispute that existed between the Daikoku Federation and the State of Ariana.
President-elect Luis Palay of the Republic of Kaleido issued a statement on his reaction to the treaty.
I will not comment on the "outcome" of the "territorial dispute" with the Ariana and Daikoku authorities. Kaleido already severed informal and unofficial ties with them and [I] do not considered their existence, they do not exist to me.
An official statement from the Republic of Kaleido is yet to be published.