Department of State
The US State Department is pleased to announce that we have come to a new agreement with the government of Cuba. Following the expiration of our first rental agreement from last month, we have renegotiated the original contact. As such, we have agreed to the following treaty:
In order to strengthen the relationship of the United States and Cuba, a rental agreement for the regions of Oriente and Las Villas shall improve the economic situation for both countries.
A. Cuba agrees to rent the regions of Oriente and Las Villas to the United States.
B. The United States agrees to pay an amount equal to each prior week’s tax revenue for these regions (reimbursement for lost taxes from the occupation).
C. The United States shall make the payment each Monday based on the reported tax revenue on the United States Economy page.
A. If any terms are inadvertently broken by Cuba or the United States, the situation shall be rectified in a peaceful and patient manner, in order to return to the terms of this agreement.
B. If any regions other than Oriente and Las Villas are taken during acquirement, they shall be RW’d (Resistance War) back to Cuba as soon as possible.
A. The initial term of this agreement expires on the 6th of September, 2014.
B. This Agreement shall automatically renew thereafter for discrete terms of one month.
C. If either the United States or Cuba want to renegotiate this agreement a notice must be sent and both parties will cooperate for an agreeable solution after which this agreement can be modified by mutual consent.
This agreement has been agreed to and approved by the following, on Day 2462 of the New World:
Signed for the United States: DMJohnston
Signed for Cuba: Vihesito
US State Department
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