Entente of Oriental States

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Entente of Oriental States
Flag of the Entente of Oriental States
Flag of the Entente
Member States of EOS
Member States of EOS
AbbreviationEOS
MottoEx Oriente, Securitas
PredecessorEuropan Commercial Alliance
Central Alliance
Founded atAlaghon, Tamurin
TypeMilitary Alliance
PurposeDefensive Alliance, Economic and Scientific Cooperation
HeadquartersEOS Island, Orioni
Websitewww.eos.int

The Entente of Oriental States or EOS is a major multinational alliance consisting of geographically close states in Europa and Thalassa. Founded in June 2006[1], the main purpose of the organization is the ensured protection of its membership in the case of aggression from a non-member, considering such an act to be an attack upon all. It is also an economic and scientific cooperation umbrella for the overall geographic area.

History

Headquarters of EOS

In 1954 the Europan Commercial Alliance was formed. The ECA was one of the first international organisations on Eurth to be based on the principles of supranationalism. It started the process of integration which led to the Entente of Oriental States.

The Charter of the Entente of Oriental States is the founding treaty of the Entente of Oriental States.[2] Adopted in 2006, it stipulates that the alliance is "open to all nations of Eastern Europa." This clause was later expanded to include all countries bordering the Oriental Ocean. Initially, in 2006, there were six founding members. There was a continual increase in membership during the first half of the 21st Century.

Participating countries

Observer status is a privilege granted to non-members to give them an ability to participate in the organization's activities. Observer status is granted to states bordering the Oriental Ocean that have an interest in the EOS's activities. Observers generally have a limited ability to participate in the EOS, lacking the ability to vote or propose resolutions. Five countries have observer status that entitles them to express their opinion and give advice but denies them voting rights. Mantella was suspended following the start of the Civil War and the use of military force against civilians of Cristina.

Members

Country Permanent representative Date of accession
 Emakera Mr Arnaldo Paz Founding member
 Italgria Mr Simeone Patania Founding member
 Miiros Mrs Hugrún Hnefilsdóttir Founding member
 Niederoestereich Mrs Scarlett Blair Founding member
 Orioni Mrs Anna Hackney Founding member
Headquarters host
 Tamurin Mr Robert Wassermann Founding member
 Bainbridge Islands Mrs Kaliona Kalani Joined (Aug 2006)
 Nan Gorgwaith Mr Gonpo Aukatsang Joined (Aug 2006)
 Novanya Mrs Manoun Péricard Joined (Aug 2006)
 Deltannia Mr Axton Donaldson Joined (Sep 2006)
 Argenland Mr Claudio Soto Joined (Mar 2007)
 Cristina Mrs Raffaella Binetti Observer (Dec 2017)
 Lysian Republic Mrs Ghislaine Lièvremont Observer (Dec 2017)
 Magnaeus Mr Alessandro Ingold Observer (Dec 2017)
 Sunset Sea Islands Mr Văn Quốc Mạnh Observer (Dec 2017)
Member (Feb 2019)
 Mantella Mrs Bruna Polselli Observer
Suspended
 Ide Jima Mrs Lian Luoyang Member (April 2019)

Enlargement

There are several prospective candidates for future membership of the Entente of Oriental States. None of these have started accession negotiations nor formally submitted an application for membership.

States not on the agenda

Certain states have chosen, for various reasons, not to become full members or observer of EOS. Some have integrated with it to different extents according to their circumstances. Some participate directly in the single market, some do so via bilateral treaties and others have specific agreements with EOS and neighbouring countries.

Programmes

A view overlooking the Arrabar Space Center

Several programmes have been established, based on individual bilateral relations between each partner nation and EOS. Each member may choose the extent of its participation. Other third nations may also be contacted for participation in some activities of the Entente.

Civilian

Military

Footnotes