The contract consisted of 143 articles containing essential sections, including:[9] If the authorization is not granted, the person concerned is entitled, if circumstances require, to compensation corresponding to the direct harm that was actually suffered; this award is set by the Joint Court of Arbitration, which is late in an out-of-court settlement. The treaty was ratified by Turkey on 23 August 1923[4] and by all other signatories until 16 July 1924. [6] It came into force on August 6, 1924, when the ratification instruments were officially tabled in Paris. [3] A secret annex of the treaty granted immunity to Turkish perpetrators for crimes committed between 1914 and 1922, in particular the Armenian genocide. However, with the end of the treaty, it is assumed that the "spreading of the message" after a hundred years after the signing has created political tensions between Turkey and some EU countries. Without prejudice to the provisions of the Schedule ii of this part, it is agreed that if payments made under a pre-war contract are made by amounts recovered, in whole or in part, in a currency other than that covered by this treaty during the war, these payments may be made by remitting the amounts actually recovered. , in the currency in which they were collected. This provision does not affect comparisons that are inconsistent with the above provisions, entered into by a voluntary agreement between the parties prior to the entry into force of this contract. In today`s Turkey, kemalists, the hard-core secularists of Turkey, support the treaty, while the country`s religiously inspired political movements see it differently. It is possible here to strike a balance between the treaties of Lausanne II and the "Nanjing Treaty" that China ceded to Britain after the First Opium War, by signing the Tchenba Agreement, which is to end the first Anglo-Chinese conflict.

The Turks regard the Convention as a founding document of the Turkish Republic, as described by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in his speech before the mayors` meeting on the Ankara presidential site, where President Erdogan again mentions the treaty and calls for a revision of the second Treaty of Lausanne, signed in 1923, followed by the installation of the borders of modern Turkey after the First World War. Erdogan said that "Turkey`s adversaries" had forced her to sign the "Sevres Treaty" in 1920 and had signed the "Treaty of Lausanne" in 1923, which is why Turkey left the Aegean islands to Greece, and Erdogan described the Treaty of Sevres as the first odd fork for forcing Turkey to abandon vast lands under its influence.