Treaty of Bucharest (1886)
The Treaty of Bucharest was signed by Serbia and Bulgaria on 3 March [O.S. 19 February] 1886 in Bucharest (capital of Romania), marking the end of the Serbo-Bulgarian War. The treaty contained a single article, stating that peace between the two countries was restored.   The treaty paved the way for the political imperative whereby only the Bulgarian prince could be a governor of Eastern Rumelia.
- Hertslet, Edward (1891), "Treaty of Peace between Bulgaria and Servia, Signed at Bucharest, 3rd March 1886. (Translation)", The Map of Europe by Treaty; which have taken place since the general peace of 1814. With numerous maps and notes, IV (1875-1891) (First ed.), London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, p. 3151, retrieved 2013-01-04
- Coleman Phillipson, Termination of War and Treaties of Peace, 2008, p.173