The Prime Minister of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the President of the United States of America have come together in the common interest of the peoples of their countries and of liberated Europe. Together, they agree to resolve by democratic means, by democratic means, the policies of their three governments in support of the peoples freed from the domination of Nazi Germany and the peoples of the former satellite states of the Axis of Europe, during the temporary period of instability in liberated Europe. “The aforementioned governments propose that the Conference consider as the basis for such a charter the proposals for the creation of a general international organization, published last October following the Dumbarton Oaks conference and supplemented by the following provisions relating to Section C of Chapter VI. which is currently working in Poland and should therefore be reorganized on a broader democratic basis, with the participation of Polish and Polish democratic leaders abroad.  Yalta`s language recognized the supremacy of the pro-Soviet Lublin government in a provisional government, albeit a reorganized one.  “In the event that the ——– government would like to provide opinions or comments on the proposals prior to the conference, the Government of the United States of America will be happy to convey these views and comments to other participating governments.” 3. The United States Government should, on behalf of the three powers, consult with the Chinese government and the French provisional government on the decisions taken at this conference on the proposed World Organization. At that time, the Soviet army occupied Poland entirely and held much of Eastern Europe with a military power three times greater than the Allied forces of the West. [Citation required] The declaration of the liberated Europe has little to do to dispel the sphere of influence of the agreements that had been incorporated into ceasefire agreements. 4. That the text of the invitation to all nations participating in the United Nations Conference should be as follows: each of the three heads of state and government had their own agenda for post-war Germany and liberated Europe. Roosevelt wanted Soviet support in the American Pacific War against Japan, particularly for the planned invasion of Japan (Operation August Storm) and Soviet participation in the United Nations; Churchill insisted on free elections and democratic governments in Central and Eastern Europe (particularly Poland); Stalin called for a Soviet sphere of political influence in Central and Eastern Europe as an essential aspect of the USSR`s national security strategy.