Moroccan Treaty
Peace treaty between the
Central Powers and the Coalition
(3rd Eurasian version)
Type of treaty Peace treaty
Drafted 17 September 2012
- location
27-30 September 2012
Marrakesh, Morocco
Sealed 12 October 2012
Effective 30 September 2012
Signatories Coalition
Morocco Morocco
AUE Eurasia
Algeria Algeria
Tunisia Tunisia
FlagofBowasia Bowasia
Pelicania Pelicania
China China
Central Powers
Flag of Antioquia Antioquia
Russia Russia
Depositary Kingdom of Morocco
Language English

The Moroccan Treaty is a peace treaty that formally ended the Antioquian-Moroccan War. It was initially drafted on 17 September 2012 as the "Peace treaty between the Central powers and the Coalition (3rd Eurasian version)" before gaining approval from both sides on September 27. The treaty enforces the return of occupied territories by both the Coalition and Central Powers back to the Kingdom of Morocco in compliance to a status quo ante bellum as agreed by both factions.

The treaty also serves as a form of recognition to the sovereign authority of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) as a governing entity in Western Sahara as stated in Article IX of the treaty.


Article IEdit

The Kingdom of Morocco shall be re-established.

Article IIEdit

The Central powers would withdraw its forces from their occupied regions.

Article IIIEdit

Antioquia will surrender its captured territories to the Kingdom of Morocco.

Artile IVEdit

The Central powers will recognize the sovereignty and rights of the Kingdom of Morocco.

Article VEdit

Peace will be signed by all the members of the Coalition and of the Central powers; both delegation teams from the two sides will be repatriated.

Article VIEdit

Antioquia and the Central powers promises to never invade the Kingdom of Morocco again.

Article VIIEdit

The Central powers and the Coalition would pay for reparations to infrastructures damaged or destroyed in their respective territories.

Article VIIIEdit

Any sub-conflicts brought forth by the Antioquian-Moroccan war (Antioquian-Bowasian; Antioquian-Pelicanian) would also cease in peace.

Article IXEdit

The Kingdom of Morocco will recognize the Sahwari Arab Democratic Republic as the only authority in Western Sahara.

Article XEdit

International missions of observation in the Kingdom of Morocco will be allowed.

Article XIEdit

Foreign bases in the Kingdom of Morocco are allowed.

Article XIIIEdit

Central and Coalition countries would agree on not waging war against each other in the future; this treaty also serves as a Non-Aggression Pact between the two parties.



For the Kingdom of Morocco

For the Eurasian Federation

For the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria

For the Republic of Tunisia

For the Federated Republic of Bowasia

For the United States of Pelicania

  • Benjamin Smith, President
  • Jack Shield, Head of Defense

For the People's Republic of China

Central PowersEdit

For the Empire of Antioquia

  • His Imperial Majesty and King, Kovrov I, Emperor
  • Jose Urdaneta, 

For the Russian Federation

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