– the promotion of direct contacts and communications between people engaged in cultural activities, including, if necessary, contacts and communications made on the basis of specific agreements. and agreements. The Helsinki Declaration of 1 August 1975 was a turning point in relations with the Cold War within European borders. The Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact countries celebrated the recognition of their national borders; a desired destination since the end of the Second World War. Western European democracies have celebrated the willingness of warsaw Pact countries to adopt ten important points of international diplomacy. One of the most important points was the seventh clause of the treaty, an agreement on respect for human rights. Every Eastern European country has promised to protect the rights of minorities, allow religious worship and grant political and economic freedom to all citizens. Each country has issued the Helsinki Declaration in its own country, which holds a promise of comprehensive reforms if countries comply with the agreement. When citizens from all over Eastern Europe embarked on the search for their new human rights, a large-scale dissident movement emerged against the communist parties of Eastern Europe, including the introduction of Charter 77 in Czechoslovakia. However, in July 1975, the Soviet Union and the United States attempted to revive the policy of détente through the CSCE`s call in Helsinki. On 1 August, participants signed the Helsinki Final Act.
The Act established the CSCE as a permanent advisory organization and defined a number of themes (grouped in the « baskets » that will be discussed in the months and years to come. These include economic and trade issues, arms reduction and the protection of human rights. they will encourage their competent companies and organisations to enter into agreements and contracts that gradually aim to gradually increase the quantities and number of newspaper titles and publications imported from other participating states. These agreements and contracts should include the fastest delivery conditions and the use of distribution channels for their own publications and newspapers in each country, as well as the forms and means of payment agreed between the parties, which achieve the objectives pursued by these agreements and contracts; The helsinki Final Act, also known as the Helsinki Agreement or Helsinki Declaration, was the document signed at the closing session of the third phase of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, held in Helsinki (Finland) from 30 July to 1 August 1975, after two years of negotiations, the so-called Helsinki process.  All European countries that existed at the time (except pro-Chinese Albania and semi-sovereign Andorra), as well as the United States and Canada, 35 participating states in total, signed the final act to improve détente between the Soviet bloc and the West.