The Treaty Of Badajoz Edit
The Treaty of Badajoz (also known as the Peace of Badajoz) was signed in Badajoz on 6 June 1802 between the representatives of Prince Regent John of Portugal and representatives from Second French Empire. Based on the terms of the accord, the Kingdom of Portugal agreed to cede Olivença (along with paying an indemnity to Spain). Moreover, Portugal was required to close all ports to the British and cede Amapa to French Guiana. On a sidenote, Prince John was forced to sign the accord as a result of the French army (along with a Spanish auxiliary corps) having been marching into Portugese capital, Lisbon. The treaty was reinforced.