Treaty of Peace and Friendship-Constitution for North America
A Treaty of Peace and Friendship was established under the authority of Mohammed Ibn Abdullah, the
Sultan of Morocco, and sealed by his ‘Royal Seal’ in
the court of Morocco in the year 1199 - corresponding to 1786 A.D. The Treaty was ratified by President Author
St Clair of the United States Republic in the year 1787 A.D., which corresponds to 1200. The Treaty
is one of Amity and Commerce
between Morocco and the United States of North America, and is referred to as, “The Treaty
of Peace and Friendship”. It is also the world’s longest running treaty by the Moors.