It acted like any other Alliance, except for the fact it prided itself on being a pact based on equality. At the discussion table you were given just as much attention as any other nation in the Pact, even if you had a massive military or a large economy. Every nation needs each other and must work together to survive.
The rules are simple. Help each other, protect each other, support each other. Every nation must assist in defending a member nation if the nation is attacked, wether it be by sending troops or air support or any other form of military assistance. This does not apply to wars started by said nations (i.e the war in Turkey) however help is appreciated.
Each nation must make agreements that will benefit every country economically, such as discounts or low/no tarrifs. If a country is poor it will receive assistance via a monetary fund.
Dissolution and reformation to ATO
As the war in Turkey dragged on, members of alliance have decided that the Pact in it's current form might not remain useful for it's members for long. A several month long summit was held starting from December in 2017 to February in 2018. The Pact summit has decided to reform the Pact into a much more organised and stronger alliance with goals of economic growth, defense against foreign threats and joint scientific progress.
The reformed alliance was renamed into ATO (Augsburg Treaty Organization).
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