THE ARMENIAN QUESTION AT THE MEETING OF AMBASSADORS OF THE GREAT POWERS IN CONSTANTINOPLE: THE YENI-KÖY NEGOTIATIONS
In June 1913, due to the efforts of Russia was convened a conference in Yeni-köy, Constantinople, in order to discuss the issue of Armenian reforms. Participants of the conference represent the embassies of Great Powers - Russia, Germany, England, France, Italy, Austro-Hungary. Yeni-köy's negotiations turned into fruitless debates as a result of German, Austrian-Hungarian and Italian outright denial of the Mandelstam project, the two-way behavior of England and France and the Turkish government's policy of overthrowing the Armenian reforms.
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