In 1590 a peace treaty was signed with Austria valid for nine years. In 1593, Telli Hasan Pasha attacked rebellious Uskuks and Emperor Rudolph II regarded this attack as a reason for war and he rejected to pay taxes by ignoring the peace treaty. Moreover, he incited Wallaciha and Moldavia to rebel against the Ottoman Empire.

Telli Hasan Pasha besieged the Castle of Siska in Croatia. At the end of very bloody collisions Hasan Pasha and his soldiers and the Governor of Herzegovina had died. As a result of these casualties the Ottoman government declared war against Austria.

After the wars fought between two armies, Austrian Army passed the River Tuna and attacked Ruscuk, they tyrannised the Muslim people there. When Sultan Murad III had died the war was continuing.