Treaty of Paris (1623)
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For other treaties also known as a "Treaty of Paris", see Treaty of Paris (disambiguation).
The Treaty of Paris was signed in February 1623 between France, Savoy, and Venice. All three signatories agreed to re-establish the territory of Valtelline by attempting to remove Spanish forces stationed there.
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