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The Treaty of Luxembourg was a treaty between the nations of Austria and the Netherlands over the future ruling of the Duchy of Luxembourg, and solidified Austrian-Dutch cooperation in the region.
The nations of Austria and the Netherlands shall agree to a non aggression pact lasting a minimum of one hundred years.
The Walloon territories of Luxembourg shall be ceded to the Netherlands for a substancial sum of money, as previously brokered.
The Netherlands shall allow free access to the Rhine River to the nation of Austria and all German nations for the purpose of trade.
Following the conclusion of the Second Franco-Austrian War the Netherlands shall be allowed to use facilities in the Duchy of Luxembourg to maintain mutual defense in the region. The Netherlands shall also partially pay for the repair of fortifications and other defensive structures to ensure their effectiveness in joint military operations.
A member of the House of Nassau-Orleans shall be made heir to the throne of the Duchy of Luxembourg and upon his ascension, him and his posterity shall rule Luxembourg for a minimum of fifty years as vassals of the Archduke of Austria.
The nations of Austria and the Netherlands shall agree to unlimited military access in the Duchy of Luxembourg for the purpose of protecting the duchy, as well as free movement for merchants selling goods in the region.
The nations of Austria and the Netherlands shall agree to a defensive pact in case on party is attacked to ensure the joint cooperation and coordination of forces in Luxembourg, and to ensure that Luxembourg is protected, following the conclusion of the Second Franco-Austrian War.
The States-General agree to points 1,2,3,4,5,and six with the 6th being subject to further discussion.With Blood and Iron (talk) 00:40, July 18, 2014 (UTC)