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|Organisation de le Traité Mondial (French)|
Aoganizamou Mrudeno Libres: 澳加逆之贸易之里由 (Ojam)
Organización del Tratado Global (Spanish)
Global Treaty Organization
|Headquarters||International territory in Ivalion, Ivalice|
|Official languages||English, French, Leubantian, Spanish, Surean, Ojam|
|Membership||5 member states|
- Global Treaty
19 January 1968
The Global Treaty Organization (GTO) or simply Global Treaty (GT) is an international organization created to facilitate economic development, social progress and international security, among others, between member states.
There are currently 5 member states, on three continents. There are six official organization languages: English, French, Leubantian, Lxung, Spanish, and Surean.
- 1 History
- 1.1 Paiz Administration
- 1.2 Wellington Administration
- 1.3 Mathieu Administration
- 1.4 Tsuku Administration
- 1.5 Lutz Administration
- 1.6 Lxong Administration
- 1.7 Oliver Administration
- 1.8 Samaju Administration
- 1.9 ???? Administration
- 1.10 Little Administration
- 1.11 Ngũ Administration
- 1.12 Abney Administration
- 1.13 Gaenaga Administration
- 1.14 ???? Administration
- 1.15 Patrick Administration
- 2 Presidency
The Global Treaty Organization was founded as an alternative diplomatic channel to the United Nations for countries who felt underrepresented in the global assembly. The original two member states, Heigard and Ivalice, met at a series of conferences in 1967 to formulate a multilateral agreement for a new, smaller diplomatic group to cater to the needs of underrepresented nations. Those two nations signed the Global Treaty on January 19, 1968, chartering the GTO. Since its founding, three states, Surea, Lxungion, and Leubantia have joined.
The presidency of the GTO revolves through the member states, changing every three years.
|President||Member state||Years of Term|
|Maruzuki Tsuku (柴 正芳)||Surea||1977-1980|
|Michiko Samaju (一郎 小松)||Surea||1989-1992|
|Uchiko Gaenaga (前田 五郎)||Surea||2004-2007|