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Moscow Agreement 1921

by Simone / 13-12-2020
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“The document is a turning point in our history. Our eastern borders have been recognized by the Moscow agreement,” Erdogan said at a press conference at the Kremlin. In his response, the Turkish ambassador told Mr. Molotov that his government was not prepared to reopen the issue of the 1921 Russian-Turkish Treaty, which they considered freely negotiated, and that he could not consider providing bases for Russia in the strait. With regard to the Montreux Convention, the Turkish ambassador reiterated that this was not an issue that could only be discussed between the two governments. The Turkish government has endorsed the position of its ambassador. The borders of Turkey, as well as the borders of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, as defined in the Treaty of Kars (signed on 13 October 1921) are still in place. Thank God the Armenians of Yerevan protested and asked Russia to reject the 1921 Moscow Treaty. We hope that Russian President Medvedev will cooperate with the Armenian government to reject this invalid treaty, in which Armenia did not participate. Armenians around the world have had to show this issue to historically Armenian countries for more than 3,000 years. Kars, Surmali, Ardahan, Nakhichevan must be returned to the Armenian nation. The Soviets and Turks have caused enough damage and destruction to the Armenian people and when will governments around the world wake up to help our Armenian nation restore what rightly belongs to them? On 16 March 1921, representatives of the Soviet Federal Socialist Republic of Russia and the Grand National Assembly of Turkey signed a treaty without the approval or participation of Armenian representatives, which granted Turkey Kars and Surmalu and placed Nakhichevan under Azerbaijani control.

This illegal document was then used as the basis for the Kars Treaty of October 1921. The revision of the 1921 Moscow Treaty by the Russian Foreign Ministry has a considerable impact on Russian policy towards Turkey and the former Soviet republics of the Caucasus. If the treaty is terminated, it could leave the door open to a possible revision of Turkey`s borders with Armenia and Georgia. Realistically, however, it is unlikely that Moscow will completely cancel its 1921 treaty with Ankara and interfere in the affairs of the dramatic revision of borders. Irrespective of all the measures taken by Moscow with regard to Ankara, it will work at the same time to maintain a balanced relationship with Baku. When Zakharova announced that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs would review the 1921 treaty, she also stressed that Russia was “degrading relations with Azerbaijan and would not do anything that would damage them. On the contrary, we will focus on what could improve our relations with this country. The Moscow Treaty was concluded and signed between Bolshevik Russia and Kemalist Turkey on 16 March 1921. This occurred shortly after the Sovietization of the Caucasus republics of Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, all of which have existed as weak independent republics since the collapse of Russian rule in 1918. It should be noted that the campaign to restore Transcaucasus was led by Caucasian Bolsheviks such as Joseph Stalin, Sergo Ordzchonievich and Anastas Mikoyan. The Bolsheviks tried to halt a new Turkish advance towards the region and make peace with the new Turkish republic. Tired of the ongoing Russian civil war, the Bolsheviks did not want to start a new war with a confident Kemalist Turkey. Member of the State Duma Oleg Pakholkov of A Group Russia noted this fact when he announced his support for the recent initiative to revise the Moscow 1921 Treaty.

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