1947 – The Free Territory of Trieste is created by article 21. of the Paris Peace Treaty and the 16th UN resolution
1954 – The London Memorandum gives the civil administration of the Free Territory of Trieste to Italy and Yugoslavia
1975 – The Osimo Treaty between Italy and Yugoslavia splits the Free Territory of Trieste that is not under their sovereignty, violating the the 1947 Paris Peace Treaty
1987 – Italy request the archivation of the Osimo Peace Treaty at the UN, a new attachment is added on page 0 that specifies that the Treaty is not applicable if it contradicts the prior Peace Treaty
2013 – A protest with more than 8000 FTT citizens takes place in Trieste.
2022 –The Court of Trieste claims in a sentence that “legally the FTT never existed” ignoring the Paris Peace Treaty that serves as a foundation to the international legal order.
The Zone A of the Free Territory of Trieste borders with Italy by the Burgo factory and with Slovenia by the Gorjansko, Fernetti and Koper/Capodistria