The Agreement Of Turkey 1923

Subject to decisions and injunctions adopted between the High Contracting Parties from 30 October 1918 until the entry into force of the present Treaty, by or in agreement with the authorities of the Powers occupied by Constantinople, concerning the property, rights and interests of their nationals, foreigners or Turkish nationals, and the relations of such persons with the Turkish authorities shall be deemed definitive and shall not create any claim against the Powers. or their authority. 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. In the absence of an agreement between the two governments within that period, the dispute shall be referred to the Council of the League of Nations. . . .