What was the Treaty of Lviv Edit

The treaty of L'viv was a treaty between three European powers (Germany, Spain and France) and Ukraine. The purpose of this treaty was to allow EU membership to Ukraine without harming the EU financially and to protect themselves from Russia. Three areas of Ukraine (L'viv, Volyn and Uzhorod approximately) were given over to France, Germany and Spain forming the three nations Lemberg, Volhynie Francaise (also known as The Slavonic Republic of France or French Volynia) and Úsgorod. These regions were under full control of France, Spain and Germany.