Greco-Serbian talks towards the conclusion of a treaty of alliance in May 1913 and the beginning of negotiations for the establishment of a Serbian Free Zone in Thessaloniki

Adrianos I. Papadrianos

Abstract


The article describes the Greek-Serbian discussions for the contract of the
Alliance Treaty of May 1913. These discussions, according to article 7, consist
the beginning of the negotiations between Greece and Serbia for the
foundation of the Serbian Free Zone in the port of Thessaloniki. This issue was
in a way defined by the Accordance of May 10, 1923, which conceded several
privileges to the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. The foundation of
the Serbian Free Zone in the port of Thessaloniki will undergo a real odyssey.
Thus, it will be denounced on October 30, 1924 and the negotiations will
restart in 1928 to be, in some way, re-adjusted in 1929.

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