Q. 44.6( 25 Votes )

Which treaty recognized Greece as an independent nation?

Answer :

the Treaty of Constantinople of 1832 marked the end of the Greek war of Independence and recognized Greece as an independent nation. The treaty was signed between Britain, France, and Russia on one side and the Ottoman Empire on the other side. Leopold stepped down as the claimant of the Greece throne.


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