1945 February, Yalta (Crimea) Conference

Contributed by
John Penz

 The text of the agreements reached at the Crimea (YaltaConference between President Roosevelt , Prime Minister Churchill and  Generalissimo Stalin in regards to Yugoslavia: 


It was agreed to recommend to Marshal Tito and to Dr. Ivan Subasitch:

(a) That the Tito-Subasitch agreement should immediately be put into effect and a new government formed on the basis of the agreement.
(b) That as soon as the new Government has been formed it should declare:
(I) That the Anti-Fascist Assembly of the National Liberation (AVNOJ) will be extended to include members of the last Yugoslav Skupstina who have not compromised themselves by collaboration with the enemy, thus forming a body to be known as a temporary Parliament and
(II) That legislative acts passed by the Anti-Fascist Assembly of the National Liberation (AVNOJ) will be subject to subsequent ratification by a Constituent Assembly; and that this statement should be published in the communiqué of the conference.

Citizens of the Soviet Union and of Yugoslavia were to be handed over to their respective countries, regardless of their consent.For the whole agreement please see: Yalta (Crimea) Conference