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Author Topic: Back to Sevres' Treaty, as Turkey slams Lausane Treaty, which had replaced it ?  (Read 2561 times)
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« on: October 01, 2016, 07:33:07 PM »

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Turkish Prime Minister, Tayip Erdogan, reportedly criticized the 1923 Treaty of Lausane, which has set the current rules about Turkey's territory, minorities, etc., particularly vis a vis EU's external borders in Greece, Bulgaria, etc.

=> Should we, then, simply return Back to the previous such Treaty, that of Sevres (1919-1920), which had been notoriously replaced by the subsequent Treaty of Lausane (1922-1923), in controversial circumstances ?

Obviously, that would be, simply, too good for Europeans, (but also for Syrians, Kurds, Armenians, etc)...



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