Middle Agreement

The agreement was based on the premise that the Triple Agreement took place during the First World War and aimed at other objectives in the defeat of the Ottoman Empire and was part of a series of secret agreements that reflected on its partition. The first negotiations that led to the agreement took place between 23 November 1915 and 3 January 1916, during which British and French diplomats Mark Sykes and François Georges-Picot signed an agreed memorandum. [3] The agreement was ratified by their respective governments on 9 and 16 May 1916. [4] [8] Alhurra, September 11, 2020, www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wa_Yakm08BU&list=PLlXih_wfMeQC0KnASwYzTBJsQ-5wAkq2E&index=2&t=0s&app=desktop. Following the agreement signed between the parties in Abu Dhabi on 1 September 2020, the parties are cooperating to deepen and rapidly expand bilateral investment relations and place a high priority on the conclusion of financial and investment agreements, while recognizing the key role of these agreements for the economic development of the parties and the Middle East as a whole. The parties reaffirm their commitment to protecting investors, consumers, market integrity and financial stability and maintaining all applicable regulatory standards. The parties also recognize that they should jointly promote regional economic development and trade in goods and services and strive to promote cooperation in strategic regional infrastructure projects and envisage the creation of a multilateral working group on the Tracks for Regional Peace project. Joe Biden, Trump`s opponent in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, welcomed the agreement because it “builds on the efforts of several governments to promote broader Arab-Israeli openness, including the Obama Biden administration`s efforts to build on the Arab peace initiative.” [42] The memorandum was forwarded to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and circulated for notice. On 16 January, Sykes informed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that he had spoken to Picot and that he thought Paris could agree. On 21 January, Nicolson convened an inter-departmental conference. Following the meeting, a final draft agreement was circulated to cabinet on 2 February and the War Commission considered 3 February.

Finally, at a meeting on the fourth day between Bonar Law, Chamberlain, Lord Kitchener and others, it was decided that: Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi said that the agreement should be pursued by abandoning any plan to annex parts of the West Bank, and if the agreement could lead to its withdrawal from the Palestinian territories, it would bring the Middle East closer. Otherwise, the Arab-Israeli conflict would only get worse. [88] Again, they considered themselves consensual with a meaning on their face. On April 21, Faisal headed east. Before leaving, on 17 April Clemenceau sent a draft letter in which the French government stated that it recognized “Syria`s right to independence in the form of a federation of autonomous governments in accordance with the traditions and wishes of the population”, claiming that Fayçal had acknowledged: “that France is qualified as power, Syria needs the help of various advisers to put order and achieve the progress demanded by the Syrian people” and on 20 April, Fayçal assured Clemenceau that he was “deeply impressed by the selfless kindness of your statements to me while I was in Paris, and I must thank you for proposing as the first dispatch of the Interinitive Commission. to identify the wishes of local peoples regarding the future organization of their country.