The importance of this agreement between the Soviet Union and America lies in the fact that it is not limited to the recognition of cooperation between the Soviet Union and the United States of America in the current war against Hitler`s Germany, but also provides for coordinated action between the two countries in the post-war period. The agreement implies an understanding between the USSR and the United States on the improvement of international relations after the war in the interest of peace stability. Therefore, the Washington agreement is of great importance to the United States and the Soviet Union, as well as to other nations. In February 1942, the United States and Great Britain signed the Anglo-American Mutual Aid Agreement as part of a larger multilateral system developed by the Allies during the war to supply each other with goods, services, and mutual aid in the broad sense, without requiring commercial payments. . . .