30 May 1913, the Balkan War ended

On 30 May 1913, the Balkan War ended. That day in London, the Treaty of Peace between Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro and Greece on the one hand and Turkey on the other hand was signed. This act sparked dissatisfaction both in the Balkans and outside it and was one of the reasons that a month later the Balkan War II would explode. According to Article 3 of this Treaty, the Great Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, France, Great Britain, Italy and Russia) “was given the care to regulate the determination of borders and any other issues that were related to Albania.” This practically marks the end of Ottoman rule in Albania.