Congress of Paris (1856): Difference between revisions

Foreign Minister of the Russian Empire Alexander Gorchakov on October 31, 1870 denounced the Black Sea clauses of the Treaty of Paris (1856). <ref>This was documented by Treaty of London (1871).</ref>
 
Finally, the terms of the Treaty of 1856 were revised after the Russian-Turkish war of 1877-1878. Russia fully regained the lost territories and formed new independent States Bulgaria and Serbia, as well as Turkey lost other territories. This has been established by the [[Congress of Berlin]].<ref name="Congress"/>
 
Some of the rules and agreements were altered later by the [[Congress of Berlin]].<ref name="Congress"/>
 
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