Suwalki Agreement

10 Říj , 2021 Nezařazené

According to him, Piłsudski himself did not seem to share this view, as shown by his attempt to act as if the attacking forces were „rebels“. [20] Negotiations for a more lasting ceasefire, under the aegis of the Control Commission, began on November 27 in Kaunas. [135] Lithuania did not agree to negotiate directly with Żeligowski and thus legitimize his action. [121] This is why Poland intervened as an intermediary. Lithuania agreed, as it hoped to place the talks in the context of the Suwałki agreement. [136] The Poles refused the withdrawal of Żeligowski`s troops. No agreement could be reached on a demarcation line. . . .

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