And by 2023, the treaty period, which has passed a hundred years, is coming to an end, and that is where we understand Erdogan`s comments, since Turkey will enter a new era, and begin with oil exploration and drilling of a new canal that will begin between the two black and marmara seas as preparation for the pricing of passing ships. In an article published yesterday by the Washington Post entitled “Erdogan`s Turkey, 100 Years Later, Fights the Minds of Sevres,” 20th-century Turkish historian Nicholas Danforth quoted the article: “Turkey is largely forgotten in the West, but it has a strong legacy in Turkey, where it has helped fuel a form of nationalist paranoia that some scholars have called Sevres syndrome.” The Washington Post quoted Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as saying after the illegal maritime agreement between Turkey and Libya: “Thanks to this military and energy cooperation, we have overthrown the Treaty of Sevres.” It is possible here to strike a balance between the treaties of Lausanne II and the “Nanjing Treaty” that China ceded to Britain after the First Opium War, by signing the Tchenba Agreement, which is to end the first Anglo-Chinese conflict. Among many agreements was a separate agreement with the United States, the Chester concession. In the United States, the treaty was rejected by several political groups, including the Committee against the Treaty of Lausanne (COLT), and on January 18, 1927, the U.S. Senate refused to ratify the treaty by 50 votes to 34, six votes less than the two-thirds requested by the Constitution.  As a result, Turkey cancelled the concession.  In 1839, Britain invaded China to crush opposition to its participation in the country`s economic and political affairs, and one of the main objectives of the British war was the occupation of the island of Hong Kong, populated on the coasts of southeastern China. The new British colony (Hong Kong Island) prospered as it became a shopping centre between East and West and a commercial and commercial centre for southern China, and in 1898 Britain gained an additional 99 years of domination over Hong Kong under the second Beijing Agreement. Regarding the articulation of the end of the agreement with political tensions between Turkey and certain European Union countries, observers ask: “Is there an article in international law that provides for the validity of international treaties only for 100 years?” and noted that “Germany denounced the Treaty 20 years after its signing, 20 years after its signing, 20 years after its signing?” , is it possible for Turkey to do so? In exchange, Turkey renounced all claims to the former Turkish territories outside its new borders and pledged to guarantee the rights of its minorities.