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The London-Jerusalem-Belgrade-Bonn pact was a treaty signed between Franco-British Union, Israel, Yugoslavia and West Germany. It was signed in 1981 and its main rivals were POTO and Warsaw Pact. It was allied with The Commonwealth and was signed for all of the Anglo-French Allies which were not part of the Commonwealth. It was a major power block in the Second Cold War.