The Treaty of Turin was a treaty between the Duchy of Savoy and the Republic of Genoa as an end of hostilities and official peace between them for the Hungaro-Veneto War. This war was originially a conflict between the Republic of Venice and the Kingdom of Hungary, which eventually escalated and resulted in the occupation of the island of Corisca by Florence followed by a Savoyard invasion and occupation of Genoa itself.
The Treaty of Turin will contain the following terms:
- Genoa is to become a vassal of Savoy.
- The Duchy is to use Genoa as a staging area for its troops and ships to conduct further incursions into Italy.
- The Republic of Genoa is to pay 15,000 gold coins for compensation.
- Genoa is to provide a small 10% of earned revenue to Savoy.
Antoniotto II Adorno: