The Treaty of Algarve was a settlement between The Koninglyke West Afrikaansche Compagnie and the Kingdom of Portugal in the year 1462, in order to rectify disputes of colonial claims between them.
- The Koninglyke West Afrikaansche Compagnie and the Kingdom of Portugal will accept the partition of the african Island known as Ilha Pedro I by the Portuguese and Etulá by the Franconians and Bantu natives.
- The Island being split from a Line North west to the South East roughly in half with Caldera and Basil peak falling within the Franconian zone and the Town of Basupu within the Portuguese zone.
- On the Kwac protectorate of Etulá Spanish Setlers and Merchants will be allowed to live, setle and even establish their own Comunities
- The Koninglyke West Afrikaansche Compagnie will recognise the Holdings of the Kingdom of Portugal owns in 1463 A.D, And the Portuguese Collonisation efforts in Africa as legitimate.
- The Kingdom of Portugal recognizes the sovereign territory chartered to The Koninglyke West Afrikaansche Compagnie as designated by the Kingdom of Lotharingia, the KWAC being allowed to engage in diplomacy with foreign courts.
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