Ibrahim Hakki Pasha
ابراهیم حقی پاشا
|Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire|
12 January 1910 – 30 September 1911
|Preceded by||Hüseyin Hilmi Pasha|
|Succeeded by||Mehmed Said Pasha|
Istanbul (then Constantinople), Ottoman Empire
|Died||29 July 1913
Ibrahim Hakki Pasha (Turkish: İbrahim Hakkı Paşa 1862–1918), was an Ottoman statesman who served as the Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire between 1910–1911. He served as Ottoman ambassador to Germany and to the Kingdom of Italy. Hakki Pasha also spent considerable amounts of time in London between February of 1913 and the outbreak of World War I, working on negotiations concerning the Berlin-Baghdad Railway and a settlement for the Second Balkan War. During that visit, Hakki Pasha met with King George VI.
- "Ibrahim Hakki Pasha". Retrieved 2010-03-12.
- Kayalı, Hasan (1997). "The Opposition and the Arabs, 1910 –1911". Arabs and Young Turks: Ottomanism, Arabism, and Islamism in the Ottoman Empire, 1908–1918. University of California Press. ISBN 9780520204461. Retrieved 27 December 2012.
- "Turkish Successes And Failures." Times [London, England] 13 February 1913: 7.
- "The Capture Of Yanina." Times [London, England] 8 March 1913: 5.
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