List of naval collaboration treaties signed by the Ottoman Empire

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There were 21 naval collaboration treaties of the Ottoman Empire. These treaties were instrumental to establishment of the Ottoman Naval force.

  • Treaty with the Republic of Genoa (1352)
  • Treaty with the Republic of Ragusa (1365)
  • Treaty with the Mameluke Empire (1386)
  • Treaty with the Republic of Venice (1416)
  • Treaty with the Republic of Ragusa (1458)
  • Treaty with the Republic of Venice (1479)
  • Treaty with the Republic of Ragusa (1481)
  • Treaty with the Republic of Venice (1503)
  • Treaty with the Republic of Venice (1522)
  • Treaty with France (1536)[1]
  • Treaty with the Republic of Venice (1540)
  • Treaty with France (1569)
  • Treaty of Peace, with the Republic of Venice (1573)[2]
  • Treaty of Commerce, with England (1580)[2]
  • Treaty with France (1581)
  • Treaty of Peace, Commerce, and Navigation, with The Netherlands (1612)[3]
  • Treaty of Küçük Kaynarca, with Russia (1774)[4]
  • Treaty of Peace, with Great Britain (1809)[3]
  • Treaty of Adrianople, with Russia (1829)
  • Treaty of Hünkâr İskelesi, with Russia (1833)
  • London Straits Convention and the international recognition of Turkey's right to block the Turkish Straits and refuse passage permission to foreign warships in case of a major risk to national security (1841).[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kenneth M. Setton (1984). The Papacy and the Levant (1204-1571). DIANE. p. 559. 
  2. ^ a b Peter Stearns (2001). The Encyclopedia of World History. Houghton Mifflin. p. 352. 
  3. ^ a b Edward Hertslet (1875). Treaties and Tariffs: Regulating the Trade between Great Britain and Foreign Nations. Buttersworth. p. 95. 
  4. ^ Ömer Lütfi Barkan (1985). Ord. Prof. Ömer Lütfi Barkan'a armağan. Istanbul University. p. 48. 
  5. ^ Christos L. Rozakis (1987). The Turkish Straits. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. pp. 24–25.