The Easter Pact also called Easter agreement (in Italian Patto di Pasqua or Accordi di Pasqua) was an agreement between the United Kingdom and Italy signed April 16, 1938. It ended the Mediterranean and Red Sea litigations between the two countries and validate the status quo of territorial sphere of influence specially in Arabia, Abyssinia and Lake Tsana.
- East of Malta, West of Suez - Britain's mediterranean crisis 1936-1939, Lawrence R. Pratt. p. 135
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