Saix Picot Agreement

After much discussion, Sykes was ordered to enter into an agreement or supplement to Sykes-Picot (“Draft Arrangement”) with Picot covering the “future status of heja and Arabia, and this was achieved at the end of September. [64] Until the end of the year, the agreement still had to be ratified by the French government. [65] The agreement was initially used directly as the basis for the Anglo-French Vivendi mode of 1918, which provided a framework for the management of enemy occupied territories in the Levant. . . .