No, I don't believe that is the case. But even if it were, the agreement is void since it was made with Imperial russia, not the Communist russia
that followed it, nor the Federation that exists there now.
It was an act of cession and the land was ceded in perpetuity contingent only upon the USA coming up with 7 million and a bit in gold by the
Given that the agreement was signed by Seward and Stoekel as plenipotentiaries of President and Tsar: it's difficult to see who else COULD have met
to change things ( even if things could have been changed).
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