|18th/19th C. | International | Ottoman Empire||[P|S|M]|
|18th/19th C. | International | Russia||[P|S|M]|
Treaty between Great Britain, Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, and Turkey||
(London, March 13, 1871).|
in French. (Hertslet iii, No.439)
Article I. Articles XI, XIII and XIV of the Treaty of Paris of the 30th March, 1856, as well as the special Convention concluded between Russia and
the Sublime Porte, and annexed to the said Article XIV, are abrogated, and replaced by the following Article.
Article II. The principle of the closing of the Straits of the Dardanelles and the Bosphorus, such as it has been established by the separate
Convention of the 30th March, 1856, is maintained, with power to His Imperial Majesty the Sultan to open the said Straits in time of Peace to the
vessels of War of friendly and allied Powers, in case the Sublime Porte should judge it necessary in order to secure the execution of the stipulations of the Treaty of Paris of the 30th of March, 1856.
Article III. The Black Sea remains open, as heretofore, to the Mercantile Marine of all Nations.
(Articles IV-VII. Danube Riverain Commission, &c.)
|Source: R.B. Mowat, Select Treaties and Documents 1815-1916, Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1916, p.78|
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