With an economic situation out of control, Erdogan yesterday began symbolically provocative naval maneuvers in the Greek maritime space, which put the Greek army on alert and war. By allowing seven warships to be accompanied by the research vessel Orué Reis, Erdogan made a significant gesture by launching a major provocation on a day considered a national embarrassment for Turkey. By defying Greece`s maritime space for the exploration and search for gas deposits, Erdogan is trying to show that Turkey is not weak as it was a hundred years ago, when the treaty was signed, but rather a powerful country capable of advancing its interests. 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. 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. And by 2023, the treaty period, which has passed a hundred years, is coming to an end, and that is where we understand Erdogan`s comments, since Turkey will enter a new era, and begin with oil exploration and drilling of a new canal that will begin between the two black and marmara seas as preparation for the pricing of passing ships. Ankara, for example, hesitated to join the Western anti-Gaddafi coalition in 2011, largely because Turkish businessmen were working in Libya at nearly $10 billion the previous year. When, shortly after the start of the insurgency in Libya, a civil war broke out in Syria, Erdogan and Davutoglu were at the right of history from the beginning – and they were probably a little embarrassed that improving relations with Bashar al-Assad`s regime was one of the most important and profitable achievements of the ”zero problem” policy. In 1839, Britain invaded China to crush resistance to its participation in the country`s economic and political affairs, and was one of the main objectives of the British war: the occupation of Hong Kong Island, populated on the coasts of southeastern China.