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The Visegrad Pact is an economic and military alliance of nations along the European Plain that once formed what was once the Eastern Bloc. They are primarily successor states of either Warsaw Pact nations or former Soviet Republics.
Turkey was the first nation to recognize the new states borne in the aftermath of the Russian War of Collapse. It called a summit in Grozny with these new states and some other, older, post-Soviet states. They all signed the Grozny Charter, formalizing an alliance between Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Crimea, Gaugazia, Chechnya, Abkhazia, Ingushetia, Ossetia, Transnistria, North Cyprus, and Crimea. This allowed Turkey to stage military personnel in the allied regions, and essentially turned them into protectorates. Their economies were linked to the Turkish through an FTA and a customs union. Kosovo, Albania, and Bosnia join the Grozny Treaty Organization several years afterward.