State of Armenia first It was an Ottoman who knew
The first independent Armenian State was established as a result of the agreement made during the Batumi Conference on May 28, 1918.
The first independent Armenian State was established as a result of the agreement made during the Batumi Conference on May 28, 1918. The Ottoman Empire was the first to recognize Armenia as an independent state. However, the Ottoman State conditionally recognized the independence of Armenia. On June 4, 1918, a protocol was signed between the Ottoman State and the Republic of Armenia. According to the protocol; 1. In return for the recognition of the independence of Armenia by the Ottoman State, it will not make any other territorial claims for independent Armenia, which was declared with the agreement signed at the Batumi Conference on May 28, 1918, other than the borders determined and accepted. 2. Yeni Beyazıt, owned by the Ottomans, will be left to Gyumri, Yerevan and Sharur Armenia. 3. Armenia will recognize the religious and cultural rights of Muslims living in its territory. 4. Armenia will prevent attacks of Dashnak gangs on Ottoman lands and they will not be allowed to use Armenia as a base.
IT HAD THE OTTOMAN ARMENIANS
They appointed political and military representatives to the capitals between the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Armenia. At the opening of the Assembly of the Republic of Armenia on August 1, 1918, only the Ottoman State sent a representative. On September 6, 1918, they were received by the Ottoman Sultan Vahdettin, under the leadership of Aharonyan, at the Friday Salutation. The Armenian delegation conveyed their gratitude to the Ottoman Empire and the Sultan Vahdettin as the first country to recognize their independence and promised that they would never forget this and would live on mutual friendship by adhering to the protocol signed. Because for them, the recognition of the independence of Armenia by the Ottoman State was of great importance. Using the so-called Armenian genocide bill in the parliament today spend inciting anti-Turkey policies of Armenia with the US, France and Italy had granted two years later that the first independent Armenia in 1920. Russia, on the other hand, did not recognize the first independent Armenia and ended its independence by occupying Armenia, which remained independent for two years. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Armenia gained its independence on August 23, 1991. This was the second declaration of independence in Armenian history.