LITTLE ENTENTE: Sinaia Conference

As soon as peace has been signed at Lausanne, the new overlords of Central Europe, the Little Entente, will send representatives to a conference at Sinaia, in Rumania.

The delegates of Czecho-Slovakia, Yugo-Slavia and Rumania will consider the results of the Lausanne Conference, the application of Greece for membership in their exclusive little coterie, their policy toward the new rulers of Bulgaria and the prospects of a Hungarian international loan.


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