A cease fire agreement between the Norwegian government and the Swedish King as a result of the Swedish-Norwegian war of 1814
Following the attempt to make Norway a sovereign state, Swedish forces marched in to Norway.
Norway had to concede that the Swedish forces, which had the support of major forces such as Britain, were superior to the Norwegian divisions.
The Swedish King did not recognize Christian Fredrik as king of Norway, so the convention was signed by two of his ministers Nils Aall and Jonas Collett.
Christian Fredrik had to abandon all claims to the Norwegian crown and leave the country.