Hertslet, Edward, The map of Europe by treaty

(London :  Butterworths [etc.],  1875-91.)



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30 Sept., 1884.] BULGARIA AND^EASTERN ROUMELIA.    [No. 60^
[Customs Union.]

No. 604:,—CUSTOMS AGREEMENT between Bulgaria
and Eastern Roumelia,    Sofia, dOth September, 1884.

On the 30th September, 1884, a Decree was issued by tho
Prince of Bulgaria, confirming an Agreement which had been
entered into between Bulgaria and Eastern Roumelia for the
admission, free of duty, of local products from one country to
the other. This Agreement provided that all local products,
with the exception of tobacco, salt, wine, and spirituous liquors,
for which special provision was made, should be reciprocally
admitted free of duty, the two Governments binding themselves
to take measures to prevent the issuing of false certificates and
the introduction of foreign products as local ones. This Agree¬
ment was to come into force on the —^ October, 1884.*

*. See also Arrangement agreed to by the Plenipotentiaries of tlio Treaty
Powers on the 5th April, 1888 (No. 611), for entrusting tbe Goyernor-
Generalsliip of Eastern Roumelia to the Prince of Bulgaria^ and for placing
the Mussulman Yillages of Kirdjali, and those in the Rhodope District, under
the administration of the Porte.

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