INDIA-BHUTAN FRIENDSHIP TREATY (2007)

The Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the Kingdom of Bhutan:

 

Reaffirming their respect for each sovereignty and territorial integrity;

Recalling the historical relations that (more…)

TREATY OF PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA AND THE GOVERNMENT OF NEPAL

Kathmandu,
31 July 1950

 

The Government of India and the Government of Nepal, recognising the ancient ties which have happily existed between the two countries; Desiring still further to strengthen (more…)

TREATY OF PERPETUAL PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA AND THE GOVERNMENT OF BHUTAN (1949)

Darjeeling,
8 August 1949

The Government of India on the one part, and His Highness The Druk Gyalpo’s Government on the other part, equally animated by the desire to regulate in a friendly manner and (more…)

Supplementary Agreement Regarding Mutual Withdrawal of Troops and Cessation of Hostilities Between Chinese and Tibetans

Translation from Chinese and Tibetan texts

  1. The Chinese and Tibetan leaders are equally desirous of peace. The Chinese troops will withdraw to Kantze. The Tibetan troops will withdraw to within the boundary (more…)

Agreement for the Restoration of Peaceful Relations and the Delimitation of a Provisional Frontier between China And Tibet

  1. Whereas a state of hostilities arose last year between Chinese and Tibetans owing to an attack by Chinese troops on Tibetan troops on account of a trifling dispute near Leiwuchi and Chiamdo; and whereas (more…)

CONVENTION BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND TIBET

(British and Foreign State Papers, 1904-1905, Vol. XCVIII, PP. 148-151)

 

WHEREAS doubts and difficulties have arisen as to the meaning and validity of the Anglo-Chinese Convention of 1890, and the Trade (more…)

AGREEMENT BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN, CHINA AND TIBET AMENDING TRADE REGULATIONS IN TIBET

(ratifications exchanged at Peking, October 14, 1908)
(British and Foreign State Papers, 1907-1908, Vol. CI, pp. 170-175)

PREAMBLE

WHEREAS by Article I of the Convention between Great Britain and China (more…)

REGULATIONS REGARDING TRADE, COMMUNICATION AND PASTURAGE, TO BE APPENDED TO THE CONVENTION BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND CHINA OF MARCH 17, 1890, RELATING TO SIKKIM AND TIBET

(British and Foreign State Papers, 1892-1893, Vol. LXXXV)

  1. A TRADE mart shall be established at Yatung on the Tibetan side of the frontier, and shall be open to all British subjects for purposes (more…)

CONVENTION BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND CHINA RELATING TO SIKKIM AND TIBET (1890)

RELATING TO SIKKIM AND TIBET (Signed at Calcutta, 17 March 1890 – Ratified at London, 27 August 1890)

Whereas Her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Empress of India, (more…)

CONVENTION RELATING TO BURMAH AND THIBET (1886)

24 JULY 1886 Between the British Government and the Government of China (Extract)

Inasmuch as inquiry into the circumstances, by the Chinese Government, has shown the existence of many obstacles to (more…)