ZISTOVI PEACE TREATY
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As the war continued the political administrations were held. On 11th July 1789, between the Ottoman Empire and Sweden a protocol was signed. Sultan Selim III also signed a treaty with Prussian King whom saw Russia and Austria as a threat (31st January 1790). However, these acts did not become valid as Austria was forced to sign a peace treaty with the Ottoman Empire as a result of her internal conflicts (4th August 1791). Austria gave the land she invaded during the wars back. A small land located between the Orsova and Unna streams was given to Austria. Most importantly, Austria guaranteed that she never support Russia again.