The Russo-Japanese Treaties of 1907-1916 concerning Manchuria and Mongolia

The Russo-Japanese Treaties of 1907-1916 concerning Manchuria and Mongolia

The Russo-Japanese Treaties of 1907-1916 concerning Manchuria and Mongolia

The Russo-Japanese Treaties of 1907-1916 concerning Manchuria and Mongolia

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His Majesty the Emperor of Russia and his Majesty the Emperor of China, desiring to consolidate the peace happily reestablished in the Far East, and to preserve the Asiatic Continent from a new foreign invasion, have decided to conclude between them a defensive alliance, and have named for that purpose as their Plenipotentiaries:

His Majesty the Emperor of Russia; Prince Alexis LobanowRostovsky, his Minister for Foreign Affairs, Secretary of State, Senator and Actual Privy Counselor, and Mr. Serge de Witte, his Minister of Finance, Secretary of State and Privy Counselor; and

His Majesty the Emperor of China; Count Li Hung-chang, his Grand Secretary of State, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary near His Majesty the Emperor of Russia;

Who, after having exchanged their full powers, found in good and due form, have agreed upon the following articles:

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