The Arminy-Slobovia dispute has finally come to an end as a treaty is in place to bring peace to the two nations. The two nations rejected the Babkhan treaty proposal in the end after having come to their own agreement which was tabled before the Scheheradze Council earlier this week. The treaty has received total support of the Council members, a condition that both Arminy and Slobovia had wanted before ratifying the treaty themselves. The Kingdom of Babkha, who designed the initial peace plan which would have permitted them to colonize the disputed territory under the authority of the Slobovian government, respectfully abstained from the vote on the new treaty, showing slight bitterness at the rejection of its treaty proposal.
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