13 Apr 2021

Erdogan is a by-product of Milli Gorus, a political movement inspired by progressive Muslim values that has strongly influenced Turkish politics since the late 1960s. For most of his political career, Erdogan`s position on the Treaty of Lausanne remained constant. After his rise to power, his views on the revision and updating of the treaty gradually influenced the country`s foreign policy agenda. The treaty recognized the limits of the modern state in Turkey, and the claims of the allies of autonomy for Turkish Kurdistan were reduced in exchange for Turkish concessions from countries to Armenia, and the task of imposing rights to areas of influence in Turkey, and control of financial transactions in Turkey or the armed forces, and it was announced that the Turkish route between the Aegean sea and the Black Sea will be open to all contrary to what happened in the Sevres convention. The treaty consisted of 143 articles containing important sections, including:[9] The letter also states that after the expiry of the treaty, Turkey will be able to conduct oil exploration and join the list of oil-producing countries, as well as the collection of royalties on ships crossing the Bosphorus route and the search of a new canal linking the Black Sea to the Marmara Sea. which were banned from Turkey under the Treaty of Lausanne; in anticipation of the start of collecting royalties on passing vessels. Subject to any agreement between the High Contracting Parties, decisions and decisions taken from 30 October 1918 until the entry into force of this treaty by or in agreement with the authorities of the powers that occupied Constantinople, as well as on the property, rights and interests of their nationals, foreigners or Turkish nationals. , as well as on the relations of these people with the authorities of Turkey, is considered definitive and does not claim the powers or their authority. Turkey is committed to fully respecting the right of health workers whose benefits have ended to be compensated by the former High Health Council of Constantinople, as well as all other rights acquired by workers or former employees of the Council or by their representatives.