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Treaty between Austria and Russia respecting the Passage of Russian Troops, signed at Vienna, 20 January 1808

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 17 February 2019


The parallel French and Russian texts of this arrangement for the regulation of the return march across Austrian territory from Italy of the Russian troops, to which is annexed the provisional cartel for the surrender of deserters which was simultaneously concluded, are taken from Martens' Russian Treaties, vol. II, p. 510. The texts are in fact of Declarations signed by Count Stadion, the Austrian plenipotentiary. The simultaneous identical Russian Declarations, signed by Prince Alexander Kourakin, the Russian plenipotentiary, are reproduced from the Austrian archives by Neumann, Recueil des Traités et Conventions conclus par l'Autriche, vol. II, p. 262. See further the definitive arrangement respecting the surrender of deserters of 24 March 1808. See also the Convention of 10 March 1810.


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