Created A Peace Agreement
Desiring to establish, in accordance with this Treaty, peace, diplomatic and friendly relations, cooperation and the full normalization of relations between them and their peoples and to create together a new path to unleash the immense potential of their countries and the region, the earliest recorded peace treaty, although it is rarely mentioned or recalled, probably was concluded between the Kingdom of Hetiter and the Hayasa-Azzi Confederacy around 1350 It is known BC that one of the first recorded peace treaties between the Heptite and Egyptian empires was concluded after the Battle of Cadet in 1274 BC (cf. Egyptian-Frenetic Peace Treaty). The battle took place in today`s Syria, with the entire Levant then being disputed between the two rich people. After an extremely expensive four-day fight, in which neither side gained a substantial advantage, both sides won the victory. The lack of a solution led to new conflicts between Egypt and the Hethians, with Ramses II conquering the city of Kades and Amurru in his 8th year as king.  However, the prospect of a new protracted conflict between the two states eventually convinced their two leaders, Hatusiliš III and Ramses, to end their dispute and sign a peace treaty. Neither side could afford the possibility of a longer conflict, as they were threatened by other enemies: Egypt faced the task of defending its long western border with Libya against the incursion of members of the Libyan tribe, By building a chain of fortresses that stretched from Mersa Matruh to Rakotis, and the Hethians faced a greater threat in the form of the Assyrian Empire, which had conquered „Hanigalbat, the center of Mitanni, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers,“ which was previously a Hetheric vassal state.  In this activity, students will establish a peace treaty as a classroom and develop guidelines on conflict management. After five years of war between Kushite Kandake, Amanirenas and August of Rome, a peace treaty was concluded in 21/20 BC.    The mediators were sent by Kusch to Augustus, who was in Samos at that time.
 An agreement between the two parties was beneficial to both parties. The Kuschiten were a regional power in their own right and were angry to pay tributes. The Romans also sought a quiet southern border for their absolutely vital supply of Egyptian grain, with no permanent obligation of war, and hailed a friendly buffer state in a border region hit by invading nomads. Even the Kushites seem to have felt like a problem of nomads like the Blemmyes.  The conditions were ripe for an agreement. During the negotiations, Augustus granted the Kuchitian envoys everything they demanded and cancelled the tribute previously demanded by Rome.  Premmis (Qasr Ibrim) and areas north of Qasr Ibrim, in the southern part of the Thirty-Mile Strip), were ceded to the Kushites. The dodecachoinos were created as a buffer zone and Roman troops were withdrawn to the ancient Greek Ptolemaic border near Maharraqa.  The Roman Emperor Augustus signed the treaty with the Kuschites at Samos. The colony bought calm and peace from Rome on the Egyptian border and strengthened the image of the Roman Emperor Augustus by demonstrating his ability and ability to transmit peace without permanent war and to do business with the distant Kuchits who had fought his troops shortly before. The respect that the Kuchiti envoys showed to the emperor, when the treaty left a positive impression on other foreign ambassadors present in Samos, including Indian ambassadors, strengthening Augustus` hand in the upcoming negotiations with the powerful Parthers.
 The colony opened a period of peace between the two rich for about three centuries….