Bige Yavuz

Keywords: Turkish-French Agreement, 1921


The Ankara Agreement, signed between the Government of the Parliament and France on October 20, 1921, has an important place in our War of Independence. After the armistice in bringing about the evacuation of the territory occupied by the French and the agreement determines the Turkey-Syria border, allied with a combination of analysis of necessary issues so although due to having to Lausanne a "preliminary peace agreement," the nature of the well, a country from Allied wing The signing of an agreement with the Ankara Government, albeit alone, is an indication that he has legally recognized this government, which is an important victory of the Parliament Government in the diplomatic field.