Moscow Protocol of 1929

Moscow Protocol of 1929

 

an agreement on putting into effect ahead of schedule the Kellogg-Briand Pact (1928) on the renunciation of war as an instrument of national policy.

The Moscow Protocol was signed in Moscow on Feb. 9, 1929, by the USSR, Poland, Rumania, Estonia, and Latvia. Open for the signature of any state, it was later signed by Turkey (Feb. 27, 1929), Iran (Apr. 3, 1929), and Lithuania (Apr. 5, 1929). The Soviet Union was the initiator of the signing of the Moscow Protocol.

PUBLICATIONS

Izvestia, Jan. 1 and Feb. 10, 1929.
Martens, G. de. Nouveau Recueil général de traités, series 3, vol. 23. Edited by H. Triepel. London, 1931. Pages 327–29.
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