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The treaty largely defines the modern-day borders between Eastern Thrace (European Turkey), Bulgaria and Greece. Under the terms of the abortive Treaty of Sèvres, Turkey was to cede almost all of Eastern Thrace to Greece, but the proposed territorial changes were negated by Turkey's victory over Greece in the War of Independence and the subsequent Treaty of Lausanne, which reaffirmed the borders established by the Constantinople agreement.
"Treaty of Peace Between Bulgaria and Turkey, Signed at Constantinople September 16/29, 1913". The American Journal of International Law. VIII (1, Supplement, Official Documents): 27-45. January 1914. doi:10.2307/2212404. JSTOR2212404.