Wars, Agreements and Treaties – General Knowledge – Level 3

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Wars, Agreements and Treaties - Level 3

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  1. Treaty of Lisbon which formed constitutional basis of the EU was signed on 13 December, _____ 2007
  2. Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) was opened for signatures on September 24, ___________ 1996
  3. US President Obama and Russian Federation President Medvedev signed Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty on 08 April, 2010 in _________. Prague
  4. The objective of Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) is ________ cessation of all nuclear weapons test explosions
  5. Istanbul Protocol signed by Afghanistan and ________ nearby countries on 3rd November, 2011. 12
  6. US-Afghanistan signed Enduring Strategic Partnership Agreement on 1st May, ______. 2012
  7. Pakistan and Russia signed defence cooperation agreement on ________, 2014. 20th November
  8. Istanbul Protocol protect ________ from interference by other countries through its emphasis on the principle of non-intervention. Afghanistan
  9. Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) will allow 9800 American and at least 2000 Nato troops to remain in Afghanistan after the international combat mission finally ends on_________. 31st December, 2014
  10. The agreement between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Crimea on the Accession of the Republic of Crimea in the Russian Federation and on Forming New Constituent Entities within the Russian Federation was signed on __________, 2014. 18th March
  11. Israel and Jordan signed peace treaty on 26 October, __________. It guaranteed Jordan the restoration of its occupied land as well as an equitable share of water from the Yamouk and Jordan rivers. 1994
  12. Camp David Accords signed on 17th September, _______ by Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat was first peace deal between Israel and Arab state. 1978
  13. Jordan became _________ country to sign a formal peace treaty with Israel. Second

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1. Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) will allow 9800 American and at least 2000 Nato troops to remain in Afghanistan after the international combat mission finally ends on_________.

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2. Camp David Accords signed on 17th September, _______ by Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat was first peace deal between Israel and Arab state.

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3. Jordan became _________ country to sign a formal peace treaty with Israel.

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4. Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) was opened for signatures on
September 24, ___________

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5. Pakistan and Russia signed defence cooperation agreement on ________, 2014.

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6. Israel and Jordan signed peace treaty on 26 October, __________. It guaranteed Jordan the restoration of its occupied land as well as an equitable share of water from the Yamouk and Jordan rivers.

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7. US President Obama and Russian Federation President Medvedev signed Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty on 08 April, 2010 in _________.

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8. Istanbul Protocol signed by Afghanistan and ________ nearby countries on 3rd November, 2011.

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9. Istanbul Protocol protect ________ from interference by other countries through its emphasis on the principle of non-intervention.

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10. The agreement between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Crimea on the Accession of the Republic of Crimea in the Russian Federation and on Forming New Constituent Entities within the Russian Federation was signed on __________, 2014.

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11. Treaty of Lisbon which formed constitutional basis of the EU was signed on 13 December, _____

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12. US-Afghanistan signed Enduring Strategic Partnership Agreement on 1st May, ______.

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13. The objective of Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) is ________

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