Turkey Agreement Of 1923

Within one month of the date of final payment of the amount of pensions for which each of the States concerned is responsible, in accordance with Article 47, a Commission shall meet in Paris to define the method of apportionment of the share capital of the Ottoman public debt in accordance with Part A of the table annexed to this Section. This allocation shall be made on the basis of the shares defined for the apportionment of pensions, taking into account the conditions of the loan agreements and the provisions of this Section. Appeals based on Articles 65, 66 and 69 shall be lodged with the competent authorities within six months and, in the event of non-compliance, within twelve months of the entry into force of this Treaty. Ismet Inonu: (1884 1973), is the second President of the Republic of Turkey, where he was appointed from 11 November 1938 to 22 took the presidency on 1 March 1950 and was several times Prime Minister of Turkey during the following periods from 1923 to 1924 and from 1925 to 1937 and formed ten governments from 1961, He was also Turkish Foreign Minister from 1922 to 1924 and Chief of Staff from 1920 to 1921 and Chairman of the Republican People`s Party from 1938 to 1972. (b) (b) leases and leases of land and houses between individuals. In the absence of an agreement, the matter will be settled through arbitration. The High Parties recognize that debts due before the war or due during the war under contracts concluded before the war and which are not paid because of the war shall be settled and paid in the agreed currency, in accordance with the provisions of the treaties; the rate in force in his country of origin. M. It goes without saying that neither the governments of the Powers that occupied Constantinople, nor their nationals, nor the Turkish Government or their nationals can be claimed, which threw away small boats of all kinds, ships with a slight tonnage, yachts and lighters that one of the aforementioned governments may have between October 29, 1914, until 1 January 1923 in its own ports or in occupied ports. . . .

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