1St Mediterranean Agreement

From the point of view of German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, the advantage of these agreements, in which Germany did not participate, was to bring Britain closer to the triple alliance of Germany, Italy and Austria-Hungary. Held from 1 to 5 April 2019 in Lebanon, the 6th Mediterranean Forest Week (MFW) focused on « the role of Mediterranean forests in the Paris Agreement: challenges and opportunities ». From 10 to 11 November, Plan Bleu will co-organise the first Marine Energy Capitalization (MRE) event of the Mediterranean Blue Growth Community in an online format. Interview with Chadi Mohanna, Director of Rural Development and Natural Resources, Ministry of Agriculture of Lebanon: The State of Mediterranean Forests 2018 will be presented on July 18 at a meeting annexed to the 24th meeting of the Forestry Commission (COFO) 1890, Bismarck resigned after meeting the new Emperor Wilhelm II. disagreed. He re-established himself in his estate near Hamburg and died there on 30 July 1898. The contract may have conflicted with the 1887 reinsurance contract between Germany and Russia. In the secret protocol of the reinsurance contract, Bismarck supported Russia`s expansion efforts. Thus, if the Mediterranean agreement did not de jure contradict the reinsurance contract, it at least contradicted its spirit. . At first glance, the treaties have recognised the status quo in the Mediterranean.

In fact, one of the goals was to stop the Expansion of the Russian Empire into the Balkans and its desire to control the Bosphorus and Dardanelles Strait. From this point of view, he also ensured the survival of the Ottoman Empire. He also protected Italian interests against France. It has thus united forces hostile to Russia in the Balkans and to France in North Africa. Having failed to convince the southern German states to join his North German alliance, he provoked hostilities with France to unite the German states. The German victory in the Franco-German War won the southern german states, and in 1871 they agreed to join a German empire. William I of Prussia became emperor. Bismarck was now determined to unite the German states into a single empire, with Prussia at its core.

With the support of Austria, he used the enlarged Prussian army to conquer the provinces of Schleswig and Holstein in Denmark. He then escalated a quarrel with Austria and its German allies over the management of these war-torn provinces in which Prussia was the victor. Prussia then annexed other regions in Germany. Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck was born on 1 April 1815 in Schönhausen, northwest of Berlin, into a noble family. . . .