Dunkirk Agreement

In no event shall this Treaty be interpreted in such a way as to be exempt from the obligations of the High Parties under the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations or the special conventions provided for in Article 43 of the Charter. or as a result of a concerted action against Germany under Article I of the Treaty, Aus: Dunkirk, contract of a dictionary of contemporary world history, which, after agreeing on their full powers, found in good and good shape, as follows:- The Treaty of Dunkirk was concluded on 4 March 1947 between France and the United Kingdom at Dunkirk (France) as a contract of alliance and assistance against a possible German treaty. Attack signed after the Second World War. It entered into force on 8 September 1947 and remained in force for fifty years, in accordance with Article VI, paragraph 2, of its text. A defense pact between France and Britain against an attack by Germany. In addition to attempting to revitalize the Entente Cordiale of 1904, she also promised economic cooperation and consultations between the two countries. The Pact was enlarged by the Brussels Treaty in March 1948, when the Benelux countries acceded. Done at Dunkirk, this fourth day of March 1947, in two original texts in English and French, both texts being equally authentic. Intending to strengthen economic relations between the two countries in their mutual interest and in the interest of the general welfare; His Majesty The King of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions on the Other Side of the Seas, Emperor of India, and He will enter into force immediately after the exchange of the instruments of ratification and will remain in force for a period of fifty years. . either following an armed attack by Germany against that party within the meaning of Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations, in compliance with the treaties of alliance and assistance which they have concluded with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Determined to cooperate closely between the two and with the other United Nations to maintain peace and oppose aggression, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations. His Majesty the King of Great Britain. and the President of the French Republic, desiring to reaffirm, in a treaty of alliance, the cordial friendship and close association of interests between the United Kingdom and France; Convinced that the conclusion of such a treaty will facilitate the settlement of all questions arising between the two countries, in a spirit of mutual understanding, themes: History – History (after 1945) Taking into account the interests of other members of the United Nations, the High Contracting Parties shall be consulted at all times on matters relating to their economic relations, Take all possible measures to promote the prosperity and economic security of both countries and thus enable each of them to contribute more effectively to the economic and social objectives of the United Nations.

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