Treaty of Bucharest (1913)
The peace treaty of Bucharest (August 10th 1913) puts a term at the second war Balkan. He is concluded by the representatives from the Bulgaria, of the Romania, the Serbia, the Montenegro and the Greece.
Greece occupies the south of Macedonia and Salonique. It obtains the fastening of the Crete, which had escaped the Turkish supervision in 1897-1898, but that the great powers had obliged to remain independent.
The Romania obtains the Silistrie.
In the tread of this treaty, that of Constantinople (September 29th 1913) ratifies the territorial limits between Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire: the Enos-Midia line is maintained overall but its modified layout, to make it possible the Ottoman Empire to recover Andrinople, Kirk Kilissé and Demotica.
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