The Agreement on Strategic Partnership and Mutual Support
|The Agreement on Strategic Partnership and Mutual Support
Stratejik İşbirliği Anlaşması
|Signed||16 August 2010|
|Condition||Ratification of both parties|
|Expiration||16 August 2020
(Option to extend until 2030)
|Ratifiers||National Assembly of Azerbaijan
Grand National Assembly of Turkey
|Languages||English, Azerbaijani, Turkish|
The Agreement on Strategic Partnership and Mutual Support between Azerbaijan and Turkey for strategic partnership and security co-operation was signed at Baku by Presidents Ilham Aliyev and Abdullah Gül.
Under the terms of the treaty, both Turkey and Azerbaijan will support each other “using all possibilities” in the case of a military attack or aggression against either of the countries.
The Agreement consists of 23 articles and five chapters: "Military-political and security issues", "Military and military-technical cooperation", "Humanitarian issues", "Economic cooperation", and "Common and final provisions".
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