Austro-Russian Agreement 1897

1906: The Algeciras conference called for the dispute to be resolved later. Among the thirteen nations present, the German representatives found their only supporter of Austria-Hungary. Everyone, with the exception of Austria, opposed an attempt at a German compromise. France has received strong support from Great Britain, Russia, Italy, Spain and the United States. On 31 March 1906, the Germans decided to accept a compromise agreement that preserved the face, signed on 31 May 1906. France has agreed to give control of the Moroccan police, while maintaining effective control of Moroccan political and financial affairs. 1897 – World policy – The “global policy” of German industrial expansion was so dependent on imports of raw materials from supervisors that a vast colonial empire with a large navy was needed to support it. Thus, world policy was a program of naval expansion and high participation in colonial affairs (as justification for responding to British violence and increasing support for authoritarian domination). Germany`s unsuccessful and expansionist colonization, combined with financial expansion in the Middle East and the construction of its navy, led other European states to fear their neighbour and question its motives. The Reichstadt agreement was an agreement between Austria-Hungary and Russia in July 1876, which were then in an alliance between them and Germany in the League of the Three Emperors or the League of the Three Emperors. The Russian and Austro-Hungarian emperors were present with their foreign ministers, Prince Gorchakov of Russia and Count Andrassy of Austria-Hungary.

The closed session took place on 8 July in the city of La Cité de la Bohême (now Zékupy). Due to the unrest in the Ottoman Empire and the interests of the two great Balkan powers, they agreed on a common approach to solving the Eastern question. They discussed the probable Russo-Turkish war of 1877-1878, its possible results and what was to happen under each scenario. Austria has tried to maintain good relations and close economic cooperation with Russia, even after Russia`s sharp deterioration in relations with the West following the 2014 Ukraine crisis. In December 2016, the leader of the FP, Heinz-Christian Strache, announced that his party, founded in 1956 by ex-Nazis and Austrian SS officers, had signed a cooperation agreement with Russian President Vladimir Putin`s party. [6] After the elections to the National Council in October 2017, the FP joined the government as a junior partner of the election winner, the VP, led by Sebastian Kurz. In June 2018, at a joint press conference in Vienna, Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said he hoped for a gradual rapprochement between the European Union and Russia.