Indo-Pacific Treaty Organization

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Indo-Pacific Treaty Organization
Flag of IPTO.svg
Motto Peace, Progress, Prosperity
Formation September 9, 2006
Type Military alliance and socioeconomic organization
Purpose To protect democracy and preserve peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region.
Headquarters Manila, Tondo
Membership

 Alaska
 Astoria
 Bhutan
 Champa
 India
 Japan
 Sierra
 South Vietnam
 Tondo
 Korea
 Myanmar
 Manchuria

Member candidate
 Ussuria
General Secretary
Japan Jiro Koizumi
Chairman
Astoria Robert Gales

The Indo-Pacific Treaty Organization (abbreviated IPTO) is an intergovernmental military alliance and socioeconomic organization established by the Treaty of the Pacific on 9 September 2006. The primary purpose of the organization is to provide and coordinate collective defense and security among its member states, all of which are located within the Asia-Pacific region. The alliance consists of 10 member states, five candidates for membership, and two dialogue partners as of 2020. Both the IPTO Headquarters and Allied Operations Command are located in Manila, Tondo. Together with North Atlantic Treaty Organization, which includes the majority of of Europe and North America, and the Central Treaty Organization, which covers the Middle East, the IPTO–NATO–CTO bloc represents TBD member states and is the largest military alliance in the world.

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