Self-determination is a fundamental principle of contemporary international law and is based on respect for the principle of equal rights, fair equality in the free choice of sovereignty and the international political situation without coercion or external interference. This definition and meaning is due to the Atlantic Charter , The United Nations General Assembly adopted the resolution on the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, in which the powers of the peoples of those Territories are transferred without any conditions or reservations in accordance with the expressed will Freedom and desire, without any discrimination, because of race, creed or color, so as to enable them to enjoy independence and liberty.