|Capital||Union Market, S̄ulasotêlas, Tavaluda|
|Recognised national languages||Glet|
|Recognised regional languages||
|Type||Regional organization, International organization|
|Members of TAVAC||
Shenewa (Cultural Partner)
• Treaty of Tavalonian Nations
|2,236,980.0 km2 (863,702.8 sq mi)|
• 2021 estimate
|GDP (PPP)||2020 estimate|
• Per capita
Value pegged to
The Tavic Accords (TAVAC, /'tævæk/, Tavadal: 𐐑𐐉𐐓𐐉𐐗𐐜𐐎𐐦𐐌𐐡𐐎𐐡𐐋𐐂𐐎𐐉𐐎 𐐇𐐦𐐎 𐐧𐐢𐐓𐐉𐐗𐐡𐐋𐐂𐐒𐐂𐐌𐐢𐐓𐐂𐐔𐐉𐐌𐐂𐐌𐐉𐐎𐐦𐐎𐐏𐐡𐐌𐐉𐐎, Đedesokêlîkîtakek yêk Żudesîtavaludanelalekêkwîlek, ĐEŻTAK, /'ʤid͡ztɐk/) formally the Treaty of Tavalonian Nations is a regional organization located in North Avalonia. The Tavic Accords were formed and signed in S̄ulasotêlas on October 14, 1970 by Tavaluda, Badzevalari, Argata, and Vefovadîse. TAVAC covers a total area of 2,236,980.0 km2 (1,389,994.9 sq. mi.) and an estimated total population of 208,522,699 as of 2021. The combined GDP of member nations as of 2020 is $7.37 trillion.
The stated purposes of the Accords are to "achieve co-operation between the Tavic nations, protect the sovereignty of member-states, bring about a higher level of economic integration in the Tavalonian region, and to promote and preserve the unique cultural identities of the Tavic states".
Shenewan Participation in the Tavic Accords[edit | edit source]
Whilst Shenewa is not a full party to the Tavic Accords, it is signatory to certain elements of it as a Cultural Partner, due to the Sumovafal minority in Shenewa speaking a Tavic language.