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Turkey 2023 Agreement Oil

Although the agreement imposed an international status on the Bosphorus that prevents Turkey from producing tariffs when ships pass, Turkey is waiting until the end of the agreement period in 2023 to start drilling gas and oil in the region. This explains the Turkish regime`s attempt to establish the Istanbul Canal to connect the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara. Because Turkey understands the role that international law would play against it in imposing severe sanctions if it violated international agreements and tried to annex the city by force. It will therefore resort to the creation of militias loyal to Ankara, similar to the Iranian method, to ensure that it exerts influence over Baghdad on many issues, in particular on the important issue of the Iraqi Kurdistan region. And how do the current great powers think about Turkish demands? Will we see wars before 2023 and who will lead this change The expiration of the Lausanne Treaty by 2023 has sparked a new debate among global geopolitical and geostrategic thinkers about how Turkey would react to this tectonic shift. Will Turkey revive the Ottoman Empire? Will the geopolitical and geoeconomic map of the region change? Will Turkey assert itself again by using its relentless power and thus creating regional domination? Questions that are consenting to these and others are now part of any transnational discourse. In September 1984, after years of negotiations, the British and Chinese signed a formal agreement authorizing the repatriation of the island to China in 1997 in exchange for China`s promise to maintain Hong Kong`s capitalist system, and on the first of July 1997, Hong Kong was created in a ceremony attended by a number of Chinese and British personalities. officially handed over to China. The head of Hong Kong`s new government, Tung Chee Hwa, has defined a policy based on the concept of “One Country, Two Systems” that maintains Hong Kong`s role as a major capitalist center in Asia.

According to Mohamed Abdel-Kader Khalil, an Egyptian expert on Turkish affairs, “Turkish foreign policy in the Middle East is linked to the use of Turkish military capabilities in the region.