Joint Four-Nation Declaration

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Joint Four-Nation Declaration
by The governments of the United States of America, United Kingdom, the Soviet Union, and China
The formal name of the declaration was Declaration of the Four Nations on General Security



See also[edit]

Charter of the United Nations


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