Agreement Reached In Istanbul

Alexander Izvolsky, the Russian Foreign Minister, was able to obtain, in the second half of 1908, the support of the Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister Alois Lexa von Aehrenthal, the Italian Foreign Minister Tommaso Tittoni and the German Ambassador to Paris, Wilhelm von Schoen, as well as the State Secretary for Foreign Affairs Sir Edward Grey, for a change of straits regime. The latter, on October 14, 1908, who was most clearly on this subject, while indicating that Turkish approval was a prerequisite. [7] As early as the first week of October 1918, both the Ottoman government and several Turkish leaders contacted the Allies to find opportunities for peace.

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