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The Westphalian peace accord between Germany and Russia will be signed at the Munich Security Conference on Wednesday, marking the end of the longest conflict in the history of the two countries.
The agreement, known as the WSC, is intended to end the Cold War, and bring peace to Europe, but the German-Russian conflict is still going on.
It is one of the most significant bilateral treaties in world history.
The WSC is one in a long line of historic treaties, including the Paris Peace Accords of 1945, the Rome Treaty of 1967, and the Madrid Accords in the late 1980s.
“The world is a more peaceful place,” said German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, speaking to reporters in Munich.
“This is a historic moment for the entire world.”
Germany and the Russian Federation signed the WSM in August 2021 and the treaty’s first articles were signed in November.
The first of these articles stated that the two states would sign a “peaceful and stable peace.”
The second of the articles stated the two sides would “respect each other’s sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence.”
Both countries will also “examine their respective military posture” and “assist each other in safeguarding international peace and security.”
Both sides are also “reviewing the status of military personnel, military equipment, facilities, and equipment of the other.”
The two sides are to report back to the other by October.
A number of issues remain unresolved.
Russia and Germany are still not signed up to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal that was signed in October.
The German-Russia treaty includes a provision that prohibits German-made goods from entering Russia and prevents Russian goods from being imported to Germany.
The treaty has been a sticking point in relations between the two nations, which have fought four wars since 1945.
Germany, which has been at the forefront of fighting in Syria and Ukraine, has argued that it is the only member of the European Union with an explicit agreement not to sell arms to Russia.
The West, which says it has no plans to invade Russia, has been concerned that the agreement could be used as a pretext for further aggression.
The agreement has also been criticized for giving Russia too much influence in the German parliament.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is from the Christian Democratic Union party, is the head of the Bundestag, the lower house of the German Parliament.
The Bundestags lower house voted in March to pass the treaty, but it was blocked by the conservative Christian Social Union (CSU), the Bavarian sister party of Merkel’s Christian Democratic party (CDU).