Turkey 100 Year Agreement With Saudi Arabia In Urdu

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The modern Turkish Republic was founded under the Treaty of Lau­sanne in 1923, con­cluded with the vic­to­rious Allies during the First World War, they are: the United Kingdom (Great Britain), Ire­land, France, Russia, Italy, Great Britain, Great Britain having devel­oped a number of unfair and painful con­di­tions for the rights of the Ottoman Empire, such as the abo­li­tion of the caliphate, and the exile of the caliph and his family out­side Turkey and the con­fis­ca­tion of all his prop­erty and the dec­la­ra­tion of a sec­ular state and the pre­ven­tion of the oil exploita­tion of Turkey and the obser­va­tion of the Bosphorus, con­nected between the Black Sea and the Sea of Mar­mara, then the Mediter­ranean, as an inter­na­tional cor­ridor, that it does not have the right for Turkey to obtain roy­al­ties from ships passing through it. Shatha Khalil * The Turks have never for­gotten the Treaty of Lau­sanne 11, which reduced the geog­raphy of the modern Turkish state and forced it to abandon large ter­ri­to­ries that were part of it. It is there­fore not sur­prising that, in reg­ular meet­ings with Turkish mayors, Turkish Pres­i­dent Recep Tayyip Erdogan has sent his­tor­ical and polit­ical mes­sages out­side the inte­rior, in Turkey‘s interest, to get rid of the effects of the con­ven­tion and the restora­tion of its rights usurped by the Allies and that Turkey also con­siders that the texts of the con­ven­tion are unfair to its rights? We can under­stand some aspects of the per­sis­tent dif­fer­ences between Turkey and the West, which Western coun­tries fear with the end of the treaty, that Turkey finds the jus­ti­fi­ca­tion for its inter­ven­tion in Mosul, which belonged to Turkey for more than four cen­turies, until it lost it in the First World War. The first meeting of the group was held in Ankara in July of the same year. The second summit, with the par­tic­i­pa­tion of Pres­i­dent Hamid Karzai, Pak­istani Pres­i­dent Asif Zardari and Turkish Pres­i­dent Abdullah Gul, was held in December 2008 and a third summit with the same par­tic­i­pants on 1 April 2009. The eighth meeting took place in Feb­ruary 2014. In return, Turkey renounced all claims to former Turkish ter­ri­to­ries out­side its new bor­ders and pledged to guar­antee the rights of its minori­ties. A sep­a­rate agree­ment between Greece and Turkey pro­vided for the com­pul­sory exchange of minori­ties. The main com­pli­ca­tion in Pakistan-​​Turkey rela­tions is the low level of eco­nomic relations.…

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