The final protocol is the agreement of September 7, 1901 between China and 11 powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Spain, the USA, France, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands and Russia), which participated in the suppression of the Rebellion of its Etuanes .
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|date of signing||September 7, 1901|
|Parties||Qing Empire , |
Kingdom of Italy ,
Empire of Japan
By agreement, China undertook:
- Send a special ambassador to Germany to apologize for the murder of the German ambassador Clemens von Ketteler , and also to erect a monument to him.
- Send a special ambassador to Japan to apologize for the killing of Sugiyama, a Japanese mission employee.
- Punish the leaders of the rebellion
- To erect monuments in the defeated foreign cemeteries.
- To prohibit the import of arms and ammunition into China for 2 years.
- Pay indemnity in the amount of 450 million taels ( Liang ).
- Allow permanent military security in the embassy quarter, etc.
- Dig forts in Dagu.
- Give the powers the occupation of 12 points from the coast to Beijing.
- Prohibit all societies against foreigners.
- The text of the protocol in English
- Cologan y Gonzalez-Massieu, Jorge. El papel de Espana en la Revolucion de los Boxers de 1900: Un capitulo olvidado en la historia de las relaciones diplomaticas (Spanish) // Boletín de la Real Academia de la Historia: diario. - La Academia, 2008 .-- V. 205 , n o 3 . - P. 493 .