Convention of St Petersburg
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The Convention of Saint Petersburg may refer to several diplomatic agreements including
- Treaty between Russia, Britain and the Dutch Republic in 1747, part of the War of the Austrian Succession
- St. Petersburg Declaration of 1868, a convention renouncing the military use of explosive small-weapons projectiles
- Treaty between Britain and Russia in 1907 agreeing not to annex Afghanistan, commonly known as the Anglo-Russian Entente
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