The various States concerned undertake to provide the Borders Commission with all the documents necessary for their task, including authentic copies of existing or old border agreements, all existing large-format maps, geodesic data, completed but unpublished investigations, and information on changes to border waterways. Maps, geodesic data and investigations, even if they are not published and are held by the Turkish authorities, must be delivered to the President of the Commission in Constantinople, with as much delay as possible in admission to part of this treaty. The treatment of beings originating or destined for the territories whose inhabitants benefit from the provisions of the first paragraph of this article is submitted in Turkey and, conversely, the treatment of beings originating in Turkey or destined for Turkey is regulated in these areas, with the agreement of the French and Turkish authorities. Official relations will resume on both sides and, in the respective territories, diplomatic and consular representatives will be treated in accordance with the general principles of international law, without prejudice to future agreements. Agreements that have been concluded or can be concluded between Greece and Turkey for the exchange of Greek and Turkish populations do not apply to the inhabitants of the islands of Imbros and Tenedos. In the absence of agreement between the two governments within the aforementioned time frame, the dispute is referred to the Council of the League of Nations. Part I. Political Clauses Article 1 From the entry into force of this Treaty, the State of Peace will be definitively restored between the British Empire, France, Italy, Japan, Greece, Romania and the Serb-Croatian State, on the one hand, and Turkey, on the other, and between their respective nationals. Official relations will resume on both sides and, in the respective territories, diplomatic and consular representatives will be treated in accordance with the general principles of international law, without prejudice to future agreements. Section I. 1.Tereitorial Clauses Article 2.
From the Black Sea to the Aegean Sea, Turkey`s border is defined as follows (see map 1). (1) With Bulgaria: from the mouth of the Rezvaya River to the Maritza River, the node of the three borders of Turkey, Bulgaria and Greece: the southern border of Bulgaria, as currently demarcated; (2) With Greece: from there to the confluence of Arda and Maritza; Then, upstream, along the Arda, up to a point on this river that must be determined on the spot, in the immediate vicinity of the village of Chirek-Keuy: the route of the Arda; From there in a south-easterly direction to a point on the Maritza, 1 kilom, under Bosna-Keuy: a roughly straight line that leaves the village of Bosna-Keuy on Turkish territory. The village of Chirek-Keuy is assigned to Greece or Turkey, since the Commission, for which the Commission provides for a provision of Article 5, is a Greek or Turkish population, regardless of the population that immigrated to that village after 11 October 1922; from there to the Aegean Sea: the route of the Maritza. Article 3. From the Mediterranean to the border of Persia, Turkey`s border is defined as: (1) With Syria: the border described in Article 8 of the Franco-Turkish agreement of 20 October 1921; (2) With Iraq: the border between Turkey and Iraq is set within nine months by a friendship agreement between Turkey and Great Britain.