File No. 767.70/401.
The Chargé d’Affaires of Greece to the Secretary of State.
Washington, June 8, 1913.
Mr. Secretary of State: I have the honor to inform your excellency that on the 30th instant peace was signed at London by the Bulgarian, Hellenic, Montenegrin and Serbian delegates on the one part, and on the other by the Ottoman delegates.
Under Article 1 of the treaty of peace there shall be, on and from the exchange of ratifications, peace and amnesty between the Allied Sovereigns and the Sultan, their States and their subjects.
Bulgaria alone has signed a protocol with Turkey whereby the treaty goes into effect immediately upon signature.
In bringing the foregoing to your excellency’s attention, I seize the occasion [etc.].