|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
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.