"Now you are speaking softly Mr. Juncker, trying to please me as I have told the truth. Although from your words, I had been advised a while ago that the National Security Council and the Cabinet had voted that we will unilaterally move those islands closer to our coast and continue the operations to the designated area for Phase 2. We will agree as long as we will be given commercial access to the Kiel Canal which serves as our main trade route without any disturbance. That canal decides the future of our country and we want access back as soon as possible. And here is the variation of a treaty proposed by my Cabinet which had been wired just a while ago." said Simon before presenting the draft via projector.
We, the Caspian Nations, wishing to achieve our aim to restore the Caspian political situation to its previous peace and friendliness, agree on the following terms:
SECTION I – THE CASPIAN REGIONAL AUTHORITY
I. The members of the Caspian Regional Authority shall be the Kingdom of Reitzmag, the United Duchies, the Kingdom of Pravoslaviya, and the Confederacy of North Diessen.
II. Any other sovereign state with a coastline on the Caspian Sea is entitled to become a member of the Caspian Regional Authority.
III. Every member of the Caspian Sea Authority is entitled to one vote on the Caspian Council.
IV. The Caspian Regional Authority recognizes that each member is entitled to 20 nautical miles of territorial waters from their contiguous coastline, and 200 miles of Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).
a. Each member has within its EEZ exclusive economic rights over the exploration and exploitation of marine resources, including, but not limited to, fisheries, mining, drilling for oil or gas, and renewable energy sources.
b. Each member may share, lease, or sell some or all of its economic rights in its EEZ to other entities.
c. EEZs are not part of the member’s territorial waters, however, each member may impose certain restrictions within its EEZ in any the following areas of concern:
- Sea-borne transit
- Airborne transit
- Aquaculture Activities
d. The Caspian Council shall by majority vote adjudicate on any disputes between members over their maritime boundaries.
V. The Caspian Regional Authority is responsible for oversight of the non-territorial waters of the Caspian Sea.
a. The Caspian Regional Authority shall not hinder the following activities of its members in the non-territorial waters of the Caspian Sea:
i. Trade, shipping, and commerce
ii. Public transport
iii. Border security
iv. Search and rescue
v. Routine naval exercises
b. The Caspian Regional Authority may restrict Caspian access of vessels both from the air and sea registered on certain countries outside the Caspian Region.