balkan entente

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balkan entente

(Feb. 9, 1934), mutual-defense agreement between Greece, Turkey, Romania, and Yugoslavia, intended to guarantee the signatories' territorial integrity and political independence against attack by another Balkan state (i.e., Bulgaria or Albania). The agreement provided for a Permanent Council, composed of the members' foreign ministers, that would coordinate legislation and foster economic cooperation.

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Encyclopedia Britannica, 2008. Encyclopedia Britannica Online.
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