Bura Treaty of 1727

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Bura Treaty of 1727

 

signed by Russia and China, on August 20 on the Bura River, a tributary of the Argun’ River. The treaty defined the Russian-Chinese border in the area between the Shabin Dabat pass (Western Saiany Mountains) and the Argun’ River (near the Abagaitu hill). It was a part of the Kiakhta Treaty of 1727.

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