Not to be confused with previous treaties
The Treaty of Brussels was signed on the 24th October 2015, between national representatives from Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, The Brussels, Flemish, German-speaking and Walloon Governments, as well as representatives from Benelux and the European Union.
The Treaty had the following points:
- The Kingdom of Belgium is to be dissolved, with the federal government dissolved once this process is completed.
- The Region and Community of Flanders shall become an independent County, with the King of Belgium taking the throne.
- The French-Speaking Community, apart from the Province of Luxembourg, shall become a Region of France. Its cultural integrity shall not be affected, and the region shall not be merged with any others for a period of ten years, unless by the express wish of the Walloon people.
- The German-Speaking Community shall become an independent sovereign Republic.
- The Brussels Capital-Region shall become an independent and Sovereign City-State.
- The Walloon Province of Luxembourg shall join the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
- Federal Funds will be divided between the successors according to GDP and Population Ratio.
- The Land, Air and Medical Components of the Belgian Armed Forces will be divided by Population to each successor, with according equipment
- The County of Flanders will receive 2/3 of the Belgian Naval Component, whilst France shall receive the remainder.
- The Civil Service and other Governmental Departments will be divided along current divisions.