The Treaty of Lublin was a document creating the Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania. The Treaty was organized by Romania after the Austrian release of Poland and the release of Lithuania by Russia. Romanian authorities managed to re-unite the two eastern European countries peacefully and with the intent of creating stability in eastern Europe.
- Poland and Lithuania will be united into the Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania.
- The current king of Poland will serve as king of the commonwealth, so long as the Polish-Lithuanian nobles support his claim to the throne.
- Poland-Lithuania will ignore diplomatic influence or pressure from Austria, Russia, Prussia, Scandinavia, Romania, Hungary, and Croatia.
- All previously binding treaties of either Poland or Lithuania will be null and void when applying to the Commonwealth of Poland Lithuania.