Within a fortnight of the signing of this treaty, a joint commission composed of an equal number of representatives from each of the two High Contracting Parties is responsible for delineating the new border in accordance with the above provisions. This commission monitors the distribution of land and funds that can, until now, be jointly owned by counties, municipalities or communities separated by the new border. In the event of disagreement over the line or nature of their marking, the two High Contracting Parties agree to ask a friendly government to appoint an arbitrator whose decision on the issues is considered final. The essential elements of the peace agreement concern relations between Bulgaria and Romania, Greece and Serbia. Under the new agreement, the rumanobular border begins from the Danube over Turtakai and ends on the Black Sea south of Arkansas. Meanwhile, the Serbian-Bulgarian border will begin from the ancient Partarica border and the Greek-Bulgarian border will begin near the Serbian border, near the Belesica Elenira ridge, and end at the mouth of the Mesta River on the Aegean Sea. In addition, Bulgaria will renounce all claims on the island of Crete. It was also agreed that the Bulgarian armies would begin demobilizing the day after the treaty was signed, and this process is ongoing. 1. Macedonians do not exist. 2. Greece is a racially homogeneous state and has no minorities. 3.
The name Macedonia is Greek and the Slavs cannot have it. As witnesses, the respective plenipotentiaries affixed their names and seals. . In addition to interpreting the details of the 1913 Bucharest Treaty, this series of articles will be devoted to finding a solution to the Macedonian question. It will thus use historical evidence to unmask the lies, deceptions and myths of the great powers, Greece and Bulgaria, in order to abandon the Macedonian people and deprive them of their heritage and future… The new border is to begin on the Danube over Turtukaia and end south of Ekrene on the Black Sea. The Treaty of Bucharest (Romanian: Tratatul de la Bucureéti; Serb: Boukure-tanski/Bulgarian: Greek: Delegates from Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro and Greece graduated on 10 August 1913.  The treaty was concluded and amended after the Second Balkan War.