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.» There was no general agreement among the Kurds on what the borders of Kurdistan should be, as the territories of the Kurdish colony and the political and administrative borders of the region are divided.  The contours of Kurdistan as a unit were proposed in 1919 by Erif Pasha, who represented the Society for the Reception of Kurdistan (Kondistan Teali Cemiyeti) at the Paris Peace Conference. It defined the region`s borders as follows: the governments of the British Empire, France and Italy, in agreement with the Government of Japan, finally wanted to restore peace to the East and, on the one hand, Greece, Romania, the Serbian-Croatian State and the United States of America and Turkey, on the other hand, asked Turkey to consider together the modalities for achieving a desired outcome in the same way by all nations; The Treaty of Sevres imposed much stricter conditions on the Ottoman Empire than those imposed on the German Empire by the Treaty of Versaille.   France, Italy and Great Britain had begun secretly planning the division of the Ottoman Empire as early as 1915. The open negotiations took place over a period of more than 15 months, which began at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, continued at the London Conference of February 1920 and did not take shape until after the San Remo conference in April 1920. This delay is due to the fact that the powers have not reached an agreement, which in turn depends on the outcome of the Turkish National Movement. After Turkey`s war of independence, the Treaty of Sevres was never ratified and, after Turkey`s war of independence, most of the sevres signatory countries signed and ratified the Treaty of Lausanne in 1923 and 1924. Is it possible to amend a peace agreement as historic as the Treaty of Lausanne? FINAL ACT The governments of the British Empire, France and Italy, in agreement with the Japanese government, finally want to restore peace in the East and, on the one hand, invite Greece, Romania, the Serbian-Croatian-Slovenian state, but also the United States of America and Turkey, on the other hand, to consider together the agreements that would achieve a desired outcome in the same way by all nations; And if we are not among the topics that will be discussed at this conference, the issue of the strait should be the subject of special consideration, with Bulgaria and Russia, as the coastal powers of the Black Sea, to be invited to participate in the negotiations and the decisions to be taken; And after deciding that Belgium and Portugal will be able to participate in the debate on the economic and financial issues that arise for these two powers of the state of war in the East; Subsequent delegates met in Lansanne: For The British Empire: The Most Honourable George Nathaniel, Marquess Curzen of Kedleston, K.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; The Right Honourable Sir Horace George Montagu Rumbold, Baronet, G.C.M.G., High Commissioner to Constantinople; For France: M.