You are deflecting again.Article 30 of the Treaty of Lausanne does not contain the phrase ''new states''.And what were these "new territories?" Article 30 said "new states."Article 16 did not address "New States." It said "the future of these territories" and "to be settled by the parties concerned."
And who were these "parties concerned?" Were they the allied parties who had a no annexation agreement and no sovereignty over the territories? Or, were they the new states who were transferred the territories? The people who were the citizens of these new states?
You are deflecting again.
You are again attempting to reinvent, rewrite history. That's dishonest.
What new states?
Link ?NATIONALITY.ARTICLE 30.Turkish subjects habitually resident in territory which in accordance with the provisions of the present Treaty is detached from Turkey will become ipsofacto, in the conditions laid down by the local law, nationals of the State to which such territory is transferred.
What makes you think that the territories detached from Turkey would not be new states?
Where in Article 30 of the Treaty of Lausanne is ''new states'' written?
Your hurt feelings about being called out for such dishonesty is yours to address.