|Cronan Unified Defense Agreement|
|Kronisch Einheitliche Verteidigungsvereinbarung|
|Formation||11 September 1954|
|Secretary General||Paul Steinnerson|
|Chairman of the CUDA Military Committee||Gustav von Nemberg|
The Cronan Unified Defense Agreement (CUDA //; German: Kronisch Einheitliche Verteidigungsvereinbarung; CEVV; Coscivian: Yer better be runnin ya hear me ya slakin buggar; YBBRYAMYSB; ) is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the Cronan Defense Accords which was signed September 11, 1954. The organization constitutes a system of collective defense whereby its member states agree to mutual defense in response to an attack by any external party. Three CUDA members (Kronata, Pauldustllah and Kiravia) are permanent members of the League of Nations Security Council with the power to veto.
CUDA emerged out of the Western Coalition after the Great Cronan War, being the official next step in the de facto Kiro-Krono-Pauldustllahni Alliance. After the war, with the emergence of Pan-Cronanism, a more official alliance between the major Cronan powers was deemed necessary to secure the continent from future threats.
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Lithuania Crisis[edit | edit source]
Main article: Lithuania Crisis
After the nuclear terrorist attack on the major population centers of Lithuania, CUDA held an Emergency Conference to discuss a plan of action. This led to the formation of a CUDA-led Coalition to handle the massive humanitarian crisis that Crona would be facing, as well as eliminating the terror cell responsible for the attacks.