|PROCÈS-VERBAL OF SIGNATURE.
In accordance with Article 38 of the Treaty
of Peace, the President of the Finnish Republic
instructed M. Väinö Voionmaa; Professor of the
University of Helsingfors, to sign the French
text of the said Treaty on behalf of MM. J. K.
Paasikivi, J. H. Vennola, Alexander Frey,
L. R. Walden, Väinö Tanner, and Väinö Kivilinna.
After the full powers conferred upon M. Voionmaa had
been presented to citizens J. A. Berzine,
P. M. Kergentzeff and N. S. Tikhmeneff,
duly authorised by the Government of the
Socialist Federal Soviet Republic of Russia
to sign the Treaty of Peace between Finland
and Russia, as well as all relevant Acts, found
in good and true form, the above-mentioned
Delegates thereupon proceeded to the signing
of the French text.
In witness whereof the present procès-verbal
was drawn up to which the undersigned have
affixed their signatures and seals.
Done in duplicate, at Moscow, on December
thirty-first, nineteen hundred and twenty.
(L. S.) Väinö VOIONMAA.
(L. S.) Jean BERZINE.
(L. S.) P. M. KERGENTZEFF.
(L. S.) N. TIKHMENEFF.
The undersigned, duly authorised by their
Governments, met together to-day at the
People's Commissariat for Foreign Affairs in
order to carry out the exchange of the instruments of
ratification of the Treaty of Peace
concluded between Finland and Russia, at
Dorpat, on October 14th, 1920.
The instruments of ratification having been
presented and found entirely correct and in
conformity with the originals, the exchange of
these instruments took place according to
custom, and the entry into force of the Treaty
was placed on record.
In witness whereof the undersigned drew
up this procès-verbal in duplicate, signed it,
and affixed their seals thereto.
Done at Moscow, on December thirty-first,
nineteen hundred and twenty.
(L.S.) A. AHONEN.
(L.S.) Väinö VOIONMAA.
(L.S.) George TCHITCHERIN.
(L.S.) N. KARAKHAN.
(L.S.) N. LITVINOFF.