(6) Civil and political rights equal to all other German citizens for participation in the building of peace-loving democratic Germany must be made available to all former members of the German army, including officers and generals, all former Nazis, excluding those who are serving court sentences for commission of crimes.
(7) Germany obligates itself not to enter into any kind of coalition or military alliance directed against any power which took part with its armed forces in the war against Germany.
The territory of Germany is defined by the borders established by the provisions of the Potsdam Conference of the Great Powers.
No kind of limitations are imposed on Germany as to development of its peaceful economy, which must contribute to the growth of the welfare of the German people.
Likewise, Germany will have no kind of limitation as regards trade with other countries, navigation and access to world markets.
(1) Germany will be permitted to have its own national armed forces (land, air, and sea) which are necessary for the defense of the country.
(2) Germany is permitted to produce war materials and equipment, the quantity and type of which must not exceed the limitations required for the armed forces established for Germany by the peace treaty.
Germany and the United Nations Organization
The governments concluding a peace treaty with Germany will support the application of Germany for acceptance as a member of the United Nations Organization.
Source: Note from the Soviet Foreign Ministry to the American Embassy, Enclosing a Draft for a German Peace Treaty, March 10, 1952; reprinted in Documents on Germany, 1944-1959: Background Documents on Germany, 1944-1959, and a Chronology of Political Developments affecting Berlin, 1945-1956. Washington, DC: General Printing Office, 1959, pp. 85-87.