London Conference of 1913

London Conference Of 1913

London Conference of 1913

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The London Conference of 1913 (also known as the London Peace Conference) was an international summit to discuss issues arising from the declaration of independence by Albania during the First Balkan War.

History

An armistice to end the First Balkan War had been signed on 3 December 1912.

The London Peace Conference was attended by those delegates from the Balkan allies (including Greece) who had not signed the previous armistice, as well as Turkey.

The first session of the conference began on 16 December 1912, but ended on 23 January 1913, when the Coup of 1913 in the Ottoman Empire took place.

On 30 May 1913, the conference finally closed with the signing of the Treaty of London , which established the independence and territory of Albania, as well as dividing the lands the Balkan League had captured from the Ottoman Empire during the First Balkan War.

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