2018 INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR WEAPONS TREATY,
BETWEEN UNITED STATES AND RUSSIA

September 24th, 2018
(Original and Unedited Treaty)

This is an agreement between the United States and Russia that nuclear weapons can't be used by these two countries against each other, as so agreed to by the signature (below) of the President of the United States and the Premiere of Russia.

As part of this agreement, to make this agreement possible, the United States offers Russia the following humanitarian policy, in return for Russia having the same humanitarian policy in return:

1. Co-operation in non-interference in each other's form of government,

2. Co-operation, with improving each other's economic strength,

3. Co-operation, with help reducing each other's national debt,

4. Co-operation, with improving each other's educational system,

5. Co-operation, with joint operation of each other's national defense,

6. Co-operation, with improving each other's health care system,

7. Co-operating, with traveling between each other's country as normalized,

8. Co-operating, with elevating each other's country to equality in all respects.

9. Co-operating, in to co-existence of two countries acting as one.

It is hereby decided by the ruler of the United States and Russia that the decision 
is in the best interest of both countries, and is hereby agreed to by the signatures following:

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Signature of Donald Trump,
President of United States, and

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Signature of Vladimir Putin,
Premiere of Russia

Dated: _________________________


Posted by Doctor Peter A. Levin
Director
INWA