Ronald Heiferman notes that the Cairo conference was the origin of the Yalta conference, as Roosevelt was interested in complying with the Cairo Declaration. Roosevelt secured Stalin`s pledge to support the Chiang government and discussed Korea, which led to an informal agreement on the imposition of a multinational guardianship authority to prevent the Sovietization of post-war Korea. Chiang Kai-shek, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill at the Cairo Conference, 1943. HISTORIC REUNION: Chiang Kai-shek, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Chiang Soong May-ling (v.l.n.r., first series) sit at the Cairo Conference in Cairo, the capital of Egypt, in November 1943 (CFP) On December 1, 1943, in Cairo, Mena House, a restaurant complex near the famous pyramids of Giza , the political landscape of the Asia-Pacific War. After several roundtable discussions, Chinese, British and American diplomats drafted the famous Cairo Declaration. The Cairo Conference (codenamed Sextant) took place from 22 to 26 November 1943 in Cairo, Egypt, outlined the Allied position against Japan during World War II and made decisions on post-war Asia. The Cairo Declaration (and the Potsdam Declaration on this matter) was never close to a binding agreement. It was just an outline of post-war intentions, intentions that changed when Chiang Kai-shek and the KMT had to flee to Taiwan and took the Republic of China. The irony of beijing clinging to Cairo is that Taiwan should never be under Communist control of China.
Near the pyramids of Giza, near the U.S. ambassador to Egypt, the heads of state and government of the United States, the United Kingdom and China met for the first time in 1943 to discuss peace and plans for the post-war world order. It is a rare event that has seen the union of forces between the West and China, as well as the draft of a Cairo declaration that has changed the history and political landscape of the world. In the Cairo Declaration, issued jointly by the United States, the Republic of China and Great Britain on December 1, 1943, the allies pledged to continue the war against Japan and to drive the Japanese armed forces out of all the territories it has conquered, including the Chinese, Korean and Pacific territories. The Cairo Declaration was the result of the Cairo Conference on November 27, 1943 in Cairo. British President Franklin Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek of the Republic of China were present. The declaration developed ideas from the 1941 Atlantic Charter, published by the Allies of world war II to set goals for the post-war order. The Cairo communiqué was broadcast on 1 December 1943 by La Radio. The meeting brought together U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt, UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek of the Republic of China. The Soviet head of state, Josef Stalin, did not attend the conference, as his meeting with Chiang could have created tensions between the Soviet Union and Japan.