Made in Warsaw, on May 14, 1955, in a copy in Russian, Polish, Czech and German languages, all texts equally authentic. Certified copies of this treaty are sent by the Government of the People`s Republic of Poland to all contracting parties. This Treaty is open to the accession of other States, regardless of their social and political systems, which, through their participation in this Treaty, have declared themselves willing to help unify the efforts of peaceful States to maintain peace and security of peoples. This accession enters into force with the agreement of the contracting parties after the declaration of accession was filed with the Government of the People`s Republic of Poland. Answer by Gheorghe Gheorgiu-Dej, First Secretary of the CC of the RCCP, in which she agrees on the Soviet Union`s proposal to withdraw its troops from Romania. that would unite their efforts to maintain peace in Europe; Considering at the same time the situation created in Europe by the ratification of the Paris Agreements, which provide for the formation of a new military alignment in the form of the «Western European Union», with the participation of a remilitarized West Germany and its integration into the North Atlantic bloc, which increases the risk of a new war and poses a threat to the national security of peace-suitable States; Convinced that, under these conditions, peaceful European states must take the necessary measures to ensure their security and to preserve peace in Europe; Be guided by the principles and principles set out in the Charter of the United Nations; eager to continue to promote and develop friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance, in accordance with the principles of respect for the independence and sovereignty of States and non-interference in their internal affairs, have decided to sign this Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance and to be appointed to this effect as plenipotentiary: in the event of an armed attack in Europe against one or more States , each State or group of States: In exercising their right to self-defence, individual or collective, in accordance with Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations, to the assistance of the Party, either individually or in agreement with other parties, the State or States that are attacked by any means it deems necessary. including the armed forces.