Convention on the basic principles of relations between the USSR and Japan. - Beijing, January 20, 1925. - 12 liters. - Text in English. Ver. in English. Language: The Convention embodying basic rules of the relations between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Japan. At the end of the text: Done at Peking, this Twentieth Day of January, One Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty-Five. .: Convention text, Protocol (A), Protocol (B). - A typewritten text. A document from the Foreign Policy Archive of the Russian Federation: The Convention on the Basic Principles of Relations between the USSR and Japan, signed on January 20, 1925 in Beijing by the USSR Ambassador in China L.M. Karakhan and the Extraordinary Envoy of Japan in China, Kankichi Iosizawa . The text of the convention and both protocols are sealed with the signatures of LM Karakhan and K. Yoshizawa and seals of red wax
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