Bilateral Accord

Some articles on bilateral accord:

Tibet (1912–1951) - The Simla Convention of 1914
... the Tibetans then signed the document as a bilateral accord with a note attached denying China any of the rights it specified unless it signed ... The British-run Government of India initially rejected McMahon's bilateral accord as incompatible with the 1907 Anglo-Russian Convention ... published the Simla Convention as a bilateral accord and demanded that the Tawang monastery, located south of the McMahon Line, cease paying taxes to Lhasa ...

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