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UNITED ASSEMBLY OF NATIONS
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The United Assembly of Nations (UAN) is an international organization, whose aim is to maintain peace and foster cooperation among its Member States for the peaceful resolution of conflicts throughout the globe.

(Note: All new members of the region are automatically granted membership into the UAN)

Headquarters: Geneva, Labyrnna

Member states
Labyrnna
United States (Imperial Eagle) ~~ Security Council Member ~~
Infiny
The Hellenes League
Eulumia
Aozhou
Tumolia
Danubia (Donau-Bundesreich)
Soviet Union (CCCP-) ~~ Security Council Member ~~
Indochina (Vashnal) ~~ Security Council Member ~~
Holy Roman Republica
Canton (Southwest China)
The Republic of Dhan
Transural Democratic Republic
Republic of China (Duma)
Maratha-Empire
The Arab-African Republic Of Egypt
The Union Between Scandinavians
The Mashriq Khilafat
Greater Cape
Crositria
Saamelainenmaa
Islamican

Observer states
Orange-Bourgogne

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ORGANISATION OF AMERICAN STATES
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The Organization of American States , or the OAS or OEA, is an international organization founded for the purposes of solidarity and co-operation among its member states within the Western Hemisphere.

Headquarters: Panama City, United States (Imperial Eagle)

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Organization of American States


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Motto:
"Democracy for peace, security, and development"


Population

652,048,812

Headquarters

Panama City

Largest City

Săo Paulo



Official Languages

English
French
Spanish
Portuguese



Member States

Imperial Eagle
-Greater Canada-
Central America Federation
Moselie



Leaders

Secretary General

Vacant

Assistant
Secretary General

Vacant



Establishment

March 12, 2021



Area

12,121,636mi˛



Time Zone

UTC-10 to +0

Organization of American States


The Organization of American States , or the OAS or OEA, is an international organization founded for the purposes of solidarity and co-operation among its member states within the Western Hemisphere. Headquartered in Panama City, New Columbia, the OAS has 4 members, which are independent states in the Americas.








History



In the mid-1930s, U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt organized an inter-American conference in Buenos Aires. One of the items at the conference was a "League of Nations of the Americas", an idea proposed by Colombia, Guatemala, and the Dominican Republic. At the subsequent Inter-American Conference for the Maintenance of Peace, 21 nations pledged to remain neutral in the event of a conflict between any two members. All further talk of making a true Pan-American Organization would be placed on hold and then forgotten in the aftermath of the Second American Civil War. Talks would be revived following the Union's return to the world stage and talks restarted to form the conference began in 2021 with the agreement of Canada, Brazil, the Union and the Central American Federation.

Goals & Purpose



In the words of Article 1 of the Charter, the goal of the member nations in creating the OAS was "to achieve an order of peace and justice, to promote their solidarity, to strengthen their collaboration, and to defend their sovereignty, their territorial integrity, and their independence." Article 2 then defines eight essential purposes:

  • To strengthen the peace and security of the continent.

  • To promote and consolidate representative democracy, with due respect for the principle of non-intervention.

  • To prevent possible causes of difficulties and to ensure the pacific settlement of disputes that may arise among the member states.

  • To provide for common action on the part of those states in the event of aggression.

  • To seek the solution of political, judicial, and economic problems that may arise among them.

  • To promote, by cooperative action, their economic, social, and cultural development.

  • To eradicate extreme poverty, which constitutes an obstacle to the full democratic development of the peoples of the hemisphere.

  • To achieve an effective limitation of conventional weapons that will make it possible to devote the largest amount of resources to the economic and social development of the member states.

Structure



The Organization of American States is composed of an Organization of American States General Secretariat, the Permanent Council, the Inter-American Council for Integral Development, and a number of committees. The General Secretariat of the Organization of American States consists of six secretariats:

  • Secretariat for Political Affairs

  • Executive Secretariat for Integral Development

  • Secretariat for Multidimensional Security

  • Secretariat for Administration and Finance

  • Secretariat for Legal Affairs

  • Secretariat for External Relations

The various committees of the Organization of American States include:

  • The Committee on Juridical and Political Affairs

  • The Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Affairs

  • The Committee on Hemispheric Security

  • The Committee on Inter-American Summits Management and Civil Society Participation in OAS Activities

The various committees of the Organization of American States include:

  • Inter-American Commission of Women (CIM)

  • Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (CIDH)

  • Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL)

Official Languages



The Organization's official languages are Spanish, Portuguese, French, and English. The Charter, the basic instrument governing OAS, makes no reference to the use of official languages. These references are to be found in the Rules of Procedure governing the various OAS bodies. Article 51 of the Rules of Procedure of the General Assembly, the supreme body of the OAS, which meets once a year, states that English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish are the four official languages. Article 28 stipulates that a Style Committee shall be set up with representatives of the four official languages to review the General Assembly resolutions and declarations. Article 53 states that proposals shall be presented in the four official languages.

The Rules of Procedure and Statutes of other bodies, such as the Inter-American Council for Integral Development (CIDI), the Permanent Executive Committee of the Inter-American Council for Integral Development (CEPCIDI), the Inter-American Commission of Women (CIM), the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD), the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) and the Inter-American Juridical Committee (CJI), technical bodies of the OAS, also mention the four official languages in which their meetings are to be conducted. Policy is therefore dictated through these instruments that require use of the four official languages at meetings.




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Member states
United States (Imperial Eagle)
-Greater Canada-
Central America Federation
Greater Cape

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INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION COUNCIL
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The International Cooperation Council (ICC) is an international military, economic and political organization, whose main objective is to protect and strengthen the interests of its Member States throughout various spheres, within a strategic framework guaranteeing common development.

Headquarters: Vienna, Danubia (Donau-Bundesreich)

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INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION COUNCIL

Consejo de Cooperación Internacional (Spanish)
Nemzetközi Együttműködési Tanács (Hungarian)
Συμβούλιο Διεθνών Συνεργασιών (Greek)
Совет Mеждународного Cотрудничества (Russian)
مجلس التعاون الدولي (Arabic)

The ICC is an international organization, aimed at protecting and fostering the geopolitical interests of their member states through mutual cooperation efforts and initiatives.

The member states of the ICC endorse the principles of Peaceful Coexistence and Global Diplomacy, while upholding their right to Self-determination and working for their Mutual Security.

A rotating presidency system is implemented to ensure Equality among all member states.

Member states

Official name

Capital

Main Language(s)

Representative

The Socialist Republic of Furstia

Puerto Deseado

Spanish, Yoruba, Hausa

Omar Kwankwaso

Danubian Socialist Confederation (Donau-Bundesreich)

Budapest

Hungarian, German, Serbo-Croat

Máté Tamás

The Hellenes League

Athens

Greek

Pericles Lageas

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (CCCP-)

Moscow

Russian, Ukrainian, Kazakh

Dmitry Chernyshevsky

The Arab-African Republic Of Egypt

Cairo

Arabic, Coptic

Hany Gaber

Existing Suborganizations

Name / Acronym

Main objective

Council of Mutual Economic Assistance (COMECON)

To regulate and encourage new and existing economic activities and projects among Member States.

Council of Mutual Security (COMSEC)

To coordinate geopolitical efforts, focusing mainly on the military sphere, in defense of the interests of all Member States.

Council of Medicine and Humanitarian Assistance (COMED)

To direct work concerning the constant improvement of all Health related aspects and issues in the Member States, and to serve as an assisting agency in cases of disaster and commotion

Council of Scientific and Technological Development (COSTDEV)

To promote, direct and maintain new and existing developments in the Scientific and Technological fields of the different Member States.

Council of Sustainability and Environmental Policies (COSEPOL)

To set norms and standards aimed at improving the quality of life of all citizens of the Member States, while monitoring and working towards the implementation of projects that will contribute towards the mitigation of issues arising due to climate change.

Council of Political Activities (COPACT)

To coordinate ideological direction of the political parties of the Member States that wish to participate in the Council. Membership to the suborganization is optional.

Treaty of the International Cooperation Council
Article 1
The State Parties undertake, in accordance with the dispositions of the United Assembly of Nations, to refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force and to settle their international disputes by peaceful means in such a manner that international peace and security are not endangered.

Article 2
The State Parties declare that they are prepared to participate, in a spirit of sincere co-operation, in all actions to strengthen and reinforce their collective standing in the international geopolitical sphere and will devote their full efforts to the realization of these aims.

Article 3
The State Parties shall consult together on all important international questions involving their common interests, with a view to strengthening international peace and security.

Whenever any one of the State Parties considers that a threat of armed attack on one or more of the States Parties to the Treaty has arisen, they shall consult together immediately through the Council of Mutual Security with a view to providing for their joint defence and maintaining peace and security.

Article 4
In the event of an armed attack on one or more of the States Parties to the Treaty by any State or group of States, each State Party to the Treaty shall, in the exercise of the right of individual and collective self-defence, afford the State or States attacked immediate assistance, individually and in agreement with the other States Parties to the Treaty, by all the means it considers necessary, including the use of armed force.

The States Parties to the Treaty shall consult together immediately concerning the joint measures necessary to restore and maintain international peace and security.

Measures taken under this article shall be reported to the Security Council in accordance with the provisions of the United Assembly of Nations. These measures shall be discontinued as soon as the Security Council takes the necessary action to restore and maintain international peace and security.

Article 5
The State Parties have agreed to establish a Unified Command, through the Council of Mutual Security, to which certain elements of their armed forces shall be allocated by agreement between the Parties, and which shall act in accordance with jointly established principles.

The Parties shall likewise take such other concerted action as may be necessary to reinforce their defensive strength, in order to defend the peaceful labour of their peoples, guarantee the inviolability of their frontiers and territories and afford protection against possible aggression.

Article 6
For the purpose of carrying out the consultations provided for in the present Treaty between the States Parties thereto, and for the consideration of matters arising in connexion with the application of the present Treaty, the International Cooperation Council Assembly shall be established, in which each State Party to the Treaty shall be represented by a specially appointed representative.

The International Cooperation Council Assembly shall be presided by the Secretary General of the ICC, whose term will not last more than 2 years, before it is suceeded by another representative from a different State Party in a rotating manner.

The International Cooperation Council Assembly may establish such auxiliary organs as may prove to be necessary.

Article 7
The State Parties undertake not to participate in any coalitions or alliances, and not to conclude any agreements, the purposes of which are incompatible with the purposes of the present Treaty.

The State Parties declare that their obligations under the international treaties at present in force are not incompatible with the provisions of the present Treaty.

Article 8
The State Parties declare that they will act in a spirit of friendship and cooperation to promote the further development and strengthening of the economic and cultural ties among them, through all corresponding auxiliary organs of the International Cooperation Council, in accordance with the principles of respect for each other’s independence and sovereignty and of non-intervention in each other’s domestic affairs.

Article 9
The present Treaty shall be open for accession by other States, irrespective of their social and political structure, which express their readiness, by participating in the present Treaty, to help in combining the efforts of the States to ensure the peace and security of the Peoples.

Such accessions shall come into effect with the consent of the States Parties to the Treaty after the instruments of accession have been deposited with the Government of the Danubian Socialist Confederation.

Article 10
The present Treaty shall be subject to ratification, and the instruments of ratification shall be deposited with the Government of the Danubian Socialist Confederation.

The treaty shall come into force on the date of deposit of the last instrument of ratification. The Government of the Danubian Socialist Confederation shall inform the other States Parties to the Treaty of the deposit of each instrument of ratification.

Article 11
The present Treaty shall remain in force for an indefinite period of time. In the event that one or more of the State Parties to the Treaty desire to withdraw from the present framework, an extraordinary session of the International Cooperation Council Assembly shall convene to establish the guidelines for a partial or total termination of the Treaty for one or more State Parties.

SIGNED in Vienna, Danubian Socialist Confederation, this twentieth day of March 2020, in one copy, in the German and Spanish languages, all the texts being equally authentic. Certified copies of the present Treaty shall be transmitted by the Government of the Danubian Socialist Confederation to all the other Parties to the Treaty.

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Member states
Maratha-Empire
Danubia (Donau-Bundesreich)
The Hellenes League
Soviet Union (CCCP-)
The Arab-African Republic Of Egypt


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ASIAN UNION
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The Asian Union (AU) is a multinational military and economic organization, whose goal is, primarily, to secure the sovereignty of its member states through closer military cooperation, in order to strengthen the geopolitical stance of the Asian territories in relation to its counterparts present in the Western hemisphere.

Headquarters: Taipei, Duma

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The Asian Union (English)


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Abbreviation: AU
Motto: 思無邪 (Think no evil)
Formation:
Type: Military and Economic Alliance
Headquarters: LinkHeadquarters of the AU, Duma (HQ proper)
LinkJiashounei Air Force Base, Far Eastern Union of Soviet Republics (AC)
Membership:

Secretary-General of the ACC: Moana Phommathep, VH
Chairman of the AU Military Committee: Wang Han, DM
Supreme Allied Commander of Asia (SACA): Chae Kum-sok, FU
Supreme Allied Commander of the Pacific (SACP): Indah Aditya, EU

The Asian Union (AU), also called the North Pacific Alliance, is an intergovernmental military-cum-economic alliance between various Asian countries. The organization implements the Asia Accords, which were ratified by all member states. It constitutes a system of collective defence whereby its independent member states agree to mutual defence in response to an attack by any external party. The AU's Headquarters are located in Duma, while the headquarters of the Asian Command is within the FEUSSR.

Members agreed that their aim is to reach or maintain the target defense spending of at least 2% of GDP. In addition to collective defense and security, states also assent to intelligence sharing, joint military exercises, and economic incentives as a means to "Embrace the East", which forms a guiding part of the alliance's ideology.

Structure


    All agencies and organizations of the AU are integrated into either the civilian administrative or military executive roles. For the most part they perform roles and functions that directly or indirectly support the security role of the alliance as a whole.

    The civilian structure includes:

    • The Asian Cooperation Council (ACC) is the body which has effective governance authority and powers of decision in the AU, consisting of member states' representatives or representatives at higher level (i.e: government ministers, heads of state, etc.). The ACC convenes regularly to make major decisions regarding AU policy. When decisions have to be made, action is agreed upon on the basis of unanimity and common accord. There is no voting or decision by majority. Each member nation is represented at the Council table.

    • The AU Headquarters is composed of national delegations of member countries and includes civilian and military liaison offices, government officers, diplomatic missions, diplomats of partner countries, as well as other AU staff.

    • The Asian Science and Technology Division (ASTD) is an alliance of universities, research institutes, and laboratories dedicated to researching and developing new technologies for use among the AU.

    The military structure includes:

    • The Military Committee (MC) is the body of AU that is composed of member states' defense ministers/military officials, and advises the ACC on military policy and strategy. From time to time, the MC convenes at a higher level to discuss military policy and strategy.

    • Asian Command (AC) is the AU command of responsible for AU operations worldwide.

      • The Rapid Reaction Force (RRF) include various military units which all report to the AC.The RRFs are a set of high readiness forces comprising land, air, sea and special forces units, all of which are capable of being deployed quickly wherever needed. They are divided to Division A and Division P, each one responsible for defending mainland Asia and the Pacific respectively.

    • Asian Command - Training (ACT), responsible for training AU forces, hosting joint exercises, and coordinating actions in peacetime. It provides standardization to AU members military forces, with the goal of interoperability between member nations.

    • The Asian Communications and Information Agency (ACIA) facilitates joint C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, and Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) activity in wartime, and engage in joint projects surrounding high-tech enterprises such as cyber and missile defence.

Membership


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    The following are the national representatives to the AU:

Guiding Principles


    The AU is run along a set of guiding principles, which are as follows:

    • Assistance to the Eastern World in the creation of an integrated and viable economy;

    • Financial assistance to Asian allies;

    • Assistance in the development of underdeveloped areas;

    • Military assistance to Asian allies;

    • Unity in foreign policy;

    • Joint acquisition and stockpiling of strategic materials;

    • Establishing a robust, insulated Asian economy based on multilateral trade, declining trade barriers, and convertible currencies;

    • Agreeance to the exchange of the following products relating to foreign (non-AU) communications in the event of an emergent conflict which threatens a member state's sovereignty as decided by a collective consensus:

        (a) Collection of internet, cyberspace, or technological traffic;
        (b) Acquisition of communicated documents and/or equipment;
        (c) Traffic analysis;
        (d) Cryptanalysis;
        (e) Decryption and translation; and
        (f) Acquisition of information with regards to communication organizations, practices, procedures, and equipment.

    • Establishing transparent practices with regards to inter-AU investments;

    • Periodic private or state-sponsored investments to other AU parties to ensure continued economic sustainability for the Alliance;

    • Encouraging technological and intellectual property collaboration between AU states; and

    • Pushing forward for the prosperity of the Asian continent.

Military Interoperability


    In the AU, various processes, procedures, terms, and conditions are undertaken to ensure common military/technical procedures and equipment between the member countries of the alliance. The purpose is to provide common operational and administrative procedures and logistics, so one member nation's military may use the stores and support of another member's military in the event of war. The AU also promotes a foundation for technical interoperability between a wide variety of communication and information systems essential for inter-AU operations.

    These include standardisation of small arms ammunition to the following standards:

    • 9×19mm Parabellum: standard firearms cartridge for all pistols and submachine guns

    • 5.8×42mm AU: standard rimless bottlenecked intermediate cartridge for all AU rifles

    • 8×60mm AU: standard rimless bottlenecked centerfire cartridge for all light and general-purpose machine guns

Asian Union Economic Relations (AUER)


    The AUER is the AU's trade bloc, and is overseen by the ACC. The AUER's purpose is to promote free trade and the fluid movement of goods, people, and currency. It is currently a customs union, in which there is free intra-zone trade and a common trade policy between member countries. With all nations combined, it is one of the largest trade blocs in the world in terms of GDP and population.

    The AUER is based on the following 4 principles: the Free movement of goods, Free movement of capital, Freedom to establish and provide services, and Free movement of persons.The main implications of the AUER include:

    • The free movement of goods, services and productive factors between member states, with the complete elimination of customs duties and non-tariff restrictions on the movement of goods and any other measure to the same effect;

    • No member state shall impose, directly or indirectly, on the products of other member states any internal taxation of any kind in excess of that imposed directly or indirectly on similar domestic products;

    • All member states will participate in the establishment of a common external tariff and the adoption of a common commercial policy towards non-AU member states;

    • All states shall acquiesce to a common quality assurance system for all goods and services to ensure compatibility;

    • Customs barriers between member states are removed;

    • The coordination of foreign trade, agricultural, industrial, fiscal, monetary, foreign exchange and capital policies, of others that are agreed, in order to ensure adequate conditions of competition between members;

    • All restrictions on the movement of capital between member states shall be prohibited;

    • Member states are encouraged to give priority preference to all goods, trade, services, and people from their fellow AUEC member states over all goods, trade, services and people from non-AUEC regions.

Asian Satnav System (ASS)


    The Asian Satnav System (ASS) is a satellite navigation system developed jointly by the AU. It consists of two separate satellite constellations, with a combined number of 35 satellites. It promises to provide region-wide coverage for timing and navigation, offering an alternative to the Soviet GLONASS, the European Galileo positioning system, and America's GPS.

    The first satellite, ASS-1, was launched in 25 Jan 2021 at the Naro Space Center, followed by the remainder of the satellites over the next several years. The first ASS satellite and launching systems were jointly developed by the FEUSSR and Eulumia, while the remaining 34 will be developed alongside Japan and Duma. This has been the culmination of the previous Qing space project, which forms the backbone of the Asian Space Programme, yielding over 6 years' worth of research and development for the AU.

Asian Nuclear Umbrella System (ANUS)


    The Asian Nuclear Umbrella System, or ANUS, is a multilateral agreement between AU member states on nuclear weapons cooperation. It allows AU states to exchange nuclear materials, technology and information, as well as jointly develop nuclear weapons systems for self-defence. ANUS also provides for nuclear sharing as part of a nuclear umbrella programme; it provides for the armed forces of AU countries to be involved in delivering nuclear weapons in the event of their use. As part of nuclear sharing, the AU carries out regular consultations and makes common decisions via the AC and ACIA on nuclear weapons policy, maintains technical equipment (notably nuclear-capable airplanes) required for the use of nuclear weapons, and stores nuclear weapons on AU territories.

    Most, if not all AU nations have potential dual-purpose delivery infrastructure, including nuclear-capable fighter bombers and ballistic missiles with accuracy sufficient for nuclear warheads that currently use high explosive warheads.

Northern University Territory (NUT)


    The Northern University Territory (NUT) is an unincorporated area located in Brunei, Eulumia . It is administered directly by the AU, and landowners pay their property taxes directly to the AU. The NUT hosts a science and educational park, which is a joint effort by all AU member nations to construct a world-class, self-contained educational 'city'. This 'city' contains the campuses of various universities, including the FEUSSR's CAIST, Chae Kum-sok National University, and Shuntian University, among others. They are all contained within 30,000 acres of land, which includes fields, forests, and mountains, making it the largest contiguous college campus in the world. Designated portions are open to the public for hiking, cycling, horseback riding, and other outdoor activities. The NUT contains over 8,000 buildings which belong to their respective campuses, all of which can accommodate 40,000 students.

    In addition to educational institutions, the NUT is also home to the Asian Science and Technology Division of the AU (ASTD), which operates a network of 30 laboratories and research facilities in the area. This includes the ATHENA Supercomputer Lab, a collection of 10 supercomputers with a LINPACK benchmark rating of 93 petaflops, as well as an Linkexperimental tokamak reactor.

Asian Command - Training (ACT)


    The Asian Command - Training section (ACT) is a military command of the AU. It is meant to lead military transformation of alliance forces and capabilities, using new concepts such as the AU Rapid Reaction Force, new equipment, and new doctrines in order to improve the alliance's military effectiveness. ACT also organises joint exercises among the member states, including the following:

    Name

    Intention

    Location

    Units Involved

    Exercise Silver Shield

    Missile Defense Drill

    Gulf of Thailand
    Banda Arc
    Zanzibar Archipelago
    Bohai Sea
    Tsushima Straits
    Celebes Sea
    Gulf of Tonkin
    Riau Islands

    8th Air Defense Army
    31st Air Defense Army
    32nd Air Defense Army
    1st People's Airborne Army
    5th Red Army
    Missile Brigade 8
    Carrier Strike Group 1
    Carrier Strike Group 2
    Carrier Strike Group 5
    Carrier Strike Group 6
    Naval Squadron 3
    Naval Squadron 6
    Naval Squadron 7
    Naval Squadron 11
    19th Airborne Brigade
    27th Airborne Brigade
    33rd Airborne Brigade
    40th Airborne Brigade
    11 marine brigades

Asian Union Projects


    A comprehensive list of military, scientific, technological projects the Asian Union is engaged in.

    Name

    Codename

    Project Details

    Location

    Status

    ASS-1 Constellation

    GAIA

    1st constellation of the ASS

    FU, EU

    ACTIVE

    ASS-5 Constellation

    TITAN

    2nd constellation of the ASS

    FU, EU, VH, DM

    ONGOING

    CF-X Fighter Project

    MARS

    Joint 5th generation fighter project

    FU, EU, VH, DM

    ONGOING

    Pacific Aquaculture Initiative

    POSEIDON

    Large-scale aquaculture for molluscs, fishes, and sea plants

    FU, EU, VH, DM, RD

    CONCEPT

    Asian Nuclear Umbrella System

    ARES

    Nuclear weapons development and nuclear umbrella

    FU, EU, VH, DM

    ONGOING

    Northern University Territory

    ATHENA

    Land endowment for ASTD

    FU, EU, VH, DM

    ONGOING

    Gwangyang Steel Works

    HEPHAESTUS

    Largest steel mill in the world

    FU, EU, VH, DM, RD

    CONCEPT

    Project Water Trident

    ANAPOS

    Joint development of nuclear-powered supercarrier

    FU, EU, VH, DM, RD

    CONCEPT

    Project Lightning Bolt

    ZEUS

    Joint development of a railgun

    FU, EU, VH, DM, RD

    CONCEPT

    Project Artificial Sun

    HELIOS

    Joint development of an Linkexperimental tokamak reactor

    FU, EU, VH, DM, RD

    ONGOING

    Project Skynet

    AETHER

    Joint development of a Linkquantum communication network

    FU, EU, VH, DM, RD

    CONCEPT

    Project Conservation

    ARTEMIS

    Genetic engineering and cloning of endangered animals

    FU, EU, VH, DM, RD

    CONCEPT

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Member states
Far Eastern Union of Soviet Republics
Duma
Indochina (Vashnal)
Eulumia
The Republic of Dhan

Strategic Partners
Infiny
The Mashriq Khilafat

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GLOBAL MUSLIM LEAGUE
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The Global Muslim League is an international organization acting as a collective voice of the Islamic world and to safeguard the interests and ambitions of the Islamic world.

Headquarters: Mecca, The Mashriq Khilafat

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| GLOBAL MUSLIM LEAGUE

الرابطة الإسلامية العالمية (Arabic)

Liga Muslim Global(Malay)

Wereldwijde moslimliga(Dutch)

ग्लोबल मुस्लिम लीग(Hindustani)

In the name of Allah, the most Compassionate, the most Merciful


The Global Muslim League is an international organization aimed the collective voice of the Islamic world and to safeguard the interests and ambitions of the Islamic world in the spirit of promoting the true and correct vision of the Qu'ran of peace and harmony among the great Muslim people.

Member States

Official Name

Capital

Official Langauge(s)

The Republic of Egypt

Cairo

Arabic

Federal Republic of Eulumia

Jakarta

Malay, Dutch

The Caliphate of Mashriq Arabia

Riyadh

Arabic, English, Hindustani

The Republic of Dhan

Dhahan

Arabic, Persian, Kurdish

The Charter of the Global Muslim League

We, the Member States of the Global Muslim League, determined to acknowledge the summit of Kings, Heads of State, and government convened in Jeddah during Shaʻban 29, 1442 AH corresponding to 11 April 2021;

To be guided by the holy and noble Islamic values of unity and liberity, and affirming the importance of promoting the unity and solidarity among the Member States in securing their own common interests on the international stage;

to preserve, promote, and follow the Islamic values of peace, compassion, tolerance, equality, justice and human dignity;

to respect the right of self-determination, and non-interference in domestic affairs, and to respect sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity of each Member State;

to safeguard and promote the rights of women and their participation in all spheres of life, in accordance with the laws and legislation of Member States;

to create conducive conditions for sound upbringing of Muslim children and youth, and to inculcate in them Islamic values through education for strengthening their cultural, social, moral and ethical ideals;

To promote unity and put aside differences of the different Islamic sects, for the greater good of a united and peaceful Islamic ummah;

to assist Muslim minorities and communities outside the Member States to preserve their dignity, cultural and religious identity;

Have resolved to cooperate in achieving these goals and agreed to present this charter that shall guide us, by the will of God, in the coming years.

Chapter I: Objectives

1. To promote and enhance the bonds of unity and mutual solidarity among all the Member States;

2. To safeguard and protect the common and mutual interests and support the legitimate causes of the Member States, and coordinate and unify the Member States against the challenges faced by the Islamic world in particular, such as the rising wave of terrorism and rising defamation of the true values of Islam;

3. To acknowledge and respect the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity, and the right to self-determination of each Member State;

4. To promote inter-state relations based on goals of justice, mutual respect, good neighborliness, and mutual economic and diplomatic benefit

5. To achieve sustainable and comprehensive human development and economic well-being in Member States;

6. To cooperate in combating terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, organised crime, illicit drug trafficking, corruption, money laundering and human trafficking

7. To promote and to protect human rights and fundamental freedoms including the rights of women, children, youth, elderly and people with special needs as well as the preservation of Islamic family values

8. To protect and defend the true image of Islam, to combat defamation of Islam and encourage dialogue among civilisations and religions

Chapter II: Membership

1. The Organisation is made up of 3 States member of the Global Muslim League and other states which may accede to this Charter in accordance with Chapter II, paragraph 2.

2. Any state, member of the United Assembly of Nations, having Muslim majority and abiding by the Charte, which submits an application for membership may join the Organisation if approved by a consensus only by the current Member States.

3. Nothing in the present Charter shall undermine the present Member State' rights or privileges rlating to membership or any other issues.

4. Decision on granting Observer status to a State, or an international organization, member of the United Assembly of Nations, will be taken by the current Member States consensus only

Chapter III: Organs and their function

The Organs of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference shall consist of:
1. Islamic Summit

1a. The Islamic Summit is composed of Kings and Heads of State and Government of Member States and is the supreme authority of the Organization

1b. It shall convene every year in one of the Member States

1c. In case of an urgent matter or disaster, the Member States can call for an emergency summit

1d. The Islamic Summit shall deliberate, take policy decisions and provide guidance on all issues pertaining to the realization of the objectives as provided for in the Charter and consider other issues of concern to the Member States.

2. International Islamic Court of Justice

2a. The International Islamic Court of Justice shall be the principal judicial organ of the Organization

3. The General Secretariat

3a. The General Secretariat shall comprise a Secretary-General, who shall be the Chief Administrative Officer of the Organisation and such staff as the Organisation requires. The Secretary-General shall be elected by the Islamic Summit for a period of four years, renewable once only. The Secretary-General shall be elected from among nationals of the Member States in accordance with the principles of equitable geographical distribution, rotation and equal opportunity for all Member States with due consideration to competence, integrity and experience.

3b. The General Secretariat should be responsible for the following; follow-up the implementation of decisions, resolutions and recommendations of the Islamic Summits, provide the Member States with working papers and memoranda, in implementation of the decisions, resolutions and recommendations of the
Islamic Summit, promote communication among Member States and facilitate consultations and exchange of views as well as the dissemination of information that could be of importance to Member States, and submit annual reports to the Islamic summit on the work of the Organisation

Chapter IV: Peaceful Settlement of Disputes

1. The Member States, parties to any dispute, the continuance of which may be detrimental to the interests of the Islamic Ummah or may endanger the maintenance of international peace and security, shall, seek a solution by good offices, negotiation, inquiry, mediation, conciliation, arbitration, judicial settlement or other peaceful means of their own choice.

2. The Organisation may cooperate with other international and regional organisations with the objective of preserving international peace and security, and settling disputes through peaceful means.

Chapter V: Administrative Headquarters

1. The Global Muslim League shall have its Institutions, which implement its programmes, in the holy city of Mecca, in the Mashriq Caliphate.

Done at the city of Jedda (Mashriq Caliphate) on the twenty-ninth day of Sha'ban, one thousand four hundred and forty two Hijra, corresponding eleventh day of April two thousand and twenty-one


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