The French-Mysorian Friendship Treaty was a treaty signed by Napoleon I and Krishna Raja Wadiyar III on June 22nd of 1799. The treaty established relations between the French Republic and the Kingdom of Mysore, as well as future plans to divide the Indian sub-continent between the Mysorians and the French.
Terms of Treaty
- Establishment of full relations between the French Republic and Kingdom of Mysore.
- Future Division of the Indian subcontinent by the 20th parallel north, with the north being French and the south being Mysorian.
- Full economic and military cooperation between the two countries.
Rise of the French Empire
When the French Empire was formed, it continued to agree to all three terms of the treaty that was established by the Republic.