Moscow Articles of 1665
- Muscovite military governors were to take control of all military, administrative, and fiscal power
- Increased number of Muscovite troops in Ukraine, and the obligation to feed and maintain them
- Muscovite garrisons in all major towns: Chernihiv, Pereiaslav, Nizhen, Poltava, Kremenchuk, Novhorod-Siverskyi, Oster, Kyiv, Kaniv, and Kodak
- Taxes collected and put in the Tsar's treasury
- The Ukrainian Orthodox Church was made subordinate to the Patriarch of Moscow
This agreement was largely viewed in Ukraine unfavorably as treason, and is one of the reasons for Hetman Briukhovetsky's murder by a kozak mob.