Rundāle Palace

The Riga Peace Conference, officially called the International Conference for the Development of Central European Relations, was an attempt to resolve the ongoing conflict between New Germanic Empire and German Republic. One of the most important European conflicts so far this century. It was intended to be the framework for future negotiations and relations between the governments of both nations and to host the sign of a definitive peace treaty.

It was hosted and sponsored by the government of the Baltic Union and celebrated from 29 to 31 of april 2011 in Rundāle Palace, a baroque palace located about 60 km southwest from Riga.

History of the conflict

April 2011 crisis

The mediation of the Baltic Union and the proposal for a peace conference

The peace conference

Positions of German Republic

Positions of New Germanic Empire

The debates

Results: The Treaty of Riga

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