Turkey Agreement After World War 2
The abolition of the “Treaty of Sevres” and its unfair clauses to the Ottoman Empire and the creation of the future secular “Turkish Republic”, following the abolition of the Islamic caliphate system and the delimitation of Greece and Bulgaria`s borders with the Turkish state, which maintained the annexation of Istanbul and Western Thrace and included provisions relating to the recovery of the Ottoman state`s debt. Complaints based on Articles 65, 66 and 69 must be filed with the relevant authorities within six months and, in the event of non-compliance with the Joint Court of Arbitration, within 12 months of the entry into force of this contract. The question is: will Turkey return after the expiry of the “Treaty of Lausanne 2”, a modern Ottoman empire in the region? Will the geopolitical and economic map change and will the world enter a new phase of renewal of the Ottoman heritage? Section I. Ottoman public debt. Article 46 The Ottoman public debt, within the meaning of the table attached to this section, is established between Turkey, the states that were separated from the Ottoman Empire after the 1912-13 Balkan wars, the States covered by Articles 12 and 15 of the Treaty and the territory mentioned in the last paragraph 2 of that article. , the States covered by Articles 12 and 15 of the Treaty and the territory covered in the last paragraph of that article have been allocated and the newly created States in Asian territories separated from the Ottoman Empire by this Treaty. All of these States also participate, under the conditions set out in this section, in the annual royalties for the delivery of Ottoman public debt from Article 53. As of the date under Article 53, Turkey`s Responsibility is in no way responsible for the debt quotas for which other states are responsible. With regard to the distribution of Ottoman public debt, the part of Thrace which, on 1 August 1914, was under Turkish sovereignty and which is outside the borders of Turkey, as stipulated in Article 2 of the Treaty, is considered separate from the Ottoman Empire under the Treaty.
Article 47 The Ottoman Public Debt Council decides on the basis of Articles 50 and 51 within three months of the entry into force of this treaty.