What were the main provisions of the Russian-French treaty for what purpose was it concluded?

The Russian-French treaty was concluded in 1891-1893. with the aim of peace and mutual assistance of the two countries in the event of an attack or threat to one of them and lasted until 1917. Gears and Ribot entered into an alliance.
The main provisions of the agreement:
In 1892, a military convention was signed, which included the following: if Germany or Austria-Hungary opposed Russia, France would give 1.3 million people to confront. And in the event of a threat towards France from Germany or Italy, Russia will field 700-800 thousand people. Later, France wanted to change the document with greater benefit in its favor, but they did not succeed.

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