The Roman Empire , as a great power and one of the leading powers in the world, collaborates and interacts with a wide variety of nations for various interests and reasons. This page will detail the current status of foreign relations of the Roman Empire.
The Roman Empire and France have had a long and varied history. The two states are official allies and have cooperated with each other on a wide variety of situations from war to diplomacy. The two states remain close allies although their relationship has drifted a bit in recent years.
Croatia and the Roman Empire are rather close. As official allies and joint members of the Slavic League, the two powers are largely responsible for keeping the peace in the Balkans region and maintaining the balance of power there as well.
The Roman Empire has cold relations with the Lombardians.
At present, the Roman Empire does not recognize the authority or sovereignty of the Republic of Reme. This stems from the revolt of the Borealian provinces in the Reman Revolt. As a result, the Roman Empire does not recognize Reman actions as legitimate and refuses to conduct any and all business with them.
Andea and the Roman Empire share a rather close relationship, and Andea is the most friendly nation to Rome in the New World. These close relations stem from similar geopolitical interests as well as Rome's previous history with Volayacor, which eventually merged with the Inca to form Andea. Rome has a firm defense agreement with Andea and has a few military forts in the Volayacor region.