1. That on Wednesday, April 25, 1945, a United Nations conference on the proposal for a world organization was to be convened in the United States of America. 1. Germany must pay relevant means for the losses it inflicted on allied peoples during the war. Reparations must be received first by the countries that bore most of the burden of war, suffered the most severe losses and organized victory over the enemy. The Conference agreed that the issue of major war criminals should be investigated by the three foreign ministers in order to report, when the time comes, after the conference closes. Churchill defended his action in Yalta in a three-day parliamentary debate that began on 27 February and ended with a vote of confidence. During the debate, many MPs criticized Churchill and expressed deep reservations about Yalta and his support for Poland, 25 of whom drafted an amendment to protest the agreement.  The three heads of state and government tried to establish an agenda for the leadership of post-war Europe and to maintain peace between post-war countries. On the Eastern Front, the front line remained in the Soviet Union at the end of December 1943, but in August 1944, Soviet troops were in Poland and Romania as part of their journey west.
At the time of the conference, Field Marshal Georgui Zhukov`s troops were 40 miles from Berlin. Stalin lowered himself so much at the conference that he could dictate conditions. According to James F. Byrne, a member of the U.S. delegation and future secretary of state, “it was not a question of what we would leave to the Russians, but what we could do to the Russians.” In addition, Roosevelt hoped that Stalin would commit to participating in the United Nations. b) those of the associated nations that declared war on the common enemy until March 1, 1945. (To this end, the eight associated nations and Turkey have been referred to as “associated nations.”) When the World Organization conference takes place, delegates from the United Kingdom and the United States of America will support a proposal to admit two Soviet socialist republics, namely Ukraine and Belarus, to initial membership. Washington, 24 March – The text of the agreements reached at the Crimean conference between President Roosevelt, Prime Minister Churchill and General Stalin, as published today by the State Department, follows the following text: the Soviets also wanted the surrender of Karafuto and kurils, which were withdrawn from Russia by Japan during the Russo-Japanese War (1905) , which was also agreed.