Unification of North and South Ossetia ADOPTED AT
THE SECOND SESSION OF
THE CENTRAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE SOVIET GEORGIA OF THE THIRD CONVOCATION
The Second Session of the Central Executive Committee
of Georgia of the Third Convocation heard the information by R. Takoev and A. Jatiev on unifying
the north and south Ossetia
in one autonomous Republic and on including this unified Republic within the
Soviet Socialist Republic of Georgia.
Taking into account the attitude of the North Caucasus Executive
Committee to this issue, the Central Executive Committee of Georgia Decrees:
1. The Second Session of the Central Executive
committee of Georgia
welcomes the unification of two separated parts of Ossetia irrespective which soviet republic
this new state will join. In this step
the Session foresees the proper solution of the national issue for the peoples
oppressed in the time of former Russian Empire.
2. As for the including of the unified Ossetia into the Soviet
Socialist Republic of Georgia, the session expresses its solidarity to the
resolutions adopted by the Executive Committee of North Caucasus and the
Executive Committees of South and North Ossetia on this issue.
(Shorthand of the Second Session of
the Central Executive Committee of All-Georgia. Tbilisi,
1925, p. 223)