Section VII.—Turkey and Bulgaria (Art. 155)
Germany undertakes to recognise and accept all arrangements which the Allied and Associated Powers may make with Turkey and Bulgaria with reference to any rights, interests and privileges whatever which might be claimed by Germany or her nationals in Turkey and Bulgaria and which are not dealt with in the provisions of the present Treaty.
Note to IV, 155
See articles 258–61 of this treaty.
The arrangements with Bulgaria particularly referred to are those contained in the treaty of peace with Bulgaria signed at Neuillysur-Seine on November 27, 1919 (112 British and Foreign State Papers, p. 781). The treaty of peace with Turkey was signed at Lausanne on July 24, 1923 (28 League of Nations Treaty Series, p. 11) and was in force August 6, 1924.