The most important content of the Second Treaty of Lausanne: • the delimitation of the borders of the empire of the Ottoman Caliphate, which Western countries then called “the sick man” built for the modern Turkish nation-state led by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and his capital Ankara. In the early 1900s, the Ottoman Empire had for decades – more than a century – been dilapidated by strategic mistakes, territorial losses, delays in administrative reforms, slow technological innovation, and widespread corruption. After the dominant power in the Middle East and Europe, the Empire, had been overtaken by its European colonial neighbors, these dilapidated factors, which had hindered the Ottoman state, earned him the nickname “the sick man of Europe.” And until 2023, the period of the treaty ends, which has passed for a hundred years, and here we understand Erdogan`s comments, because Turkey will enter a new era and will begin with oil exploration and drilling a new canal connecting the two seas, Black and Marmara, to levy royalties on passing ships. It is possible to strike a balance between the Lausanne II Treaties and the “Treaty of Nanking” that China addressed to Britain after the First Opium War by signing the Chenba Agreement, which was to end the First Anglo-Chinese Conflict. Vision 2023: Turkey and the Post-American Anniversary In September 1984, after years of negotiations, the British and Chinese signed a formal agreement allowing the Re-island to China in 1997, in exchange for China`s promises to maintain Hong Kong`s capitalist system, and in July 1997, Hong Kong was established in a ceremony attended by a number of Chinese and British personalities, officially handed over to China. The head of Hong Kong`s new government, Tung Chee Hwa, has defined a policy based on the concept of “One Country, Two Systems” that maintains Hong Kong`s role as a major capitalist center in Asia. Another neutral aspect of the treaty was the agreement that all religious minorities should have their own religious and educational institutions while being allowed to elect their own religious leaders. But this has not been rewarded by Greece, as it has consistently prevented its Turkish Muslim minority of 150,000 people from choosing its own leaders and imams since the 1990s, with the state choosing them instead for the community. Vision 2023 is a list of goals published by the government of Prime Minister (now President) Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in 2010 and 2011 to coincide with the centenary of the Republic of Turkey in 2023. . .