Democratic Republic of Azikistan

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Not to be confused with South Azikistan

Democratic Republic of Azikistan
Democratique Pertuwali Abarijkshia

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"Jighaza - Djun - Katyr"
(English: "Fatherland – Honor – Duty")
All Hail the Revoluitionary Banner
Capital cityGohar
Largest cityGohar
Official language(s)Aziki ,Chinese ,Ugyhur
Official religion(s)Selcuar
Short nameNorth Azikistan
DemonymAzik ,Azikistani ,North Azikistani
GovernmentSingle-party socialist republic
- President of the State PresidiumBadar Al-Hakim
- PremierMohammed Boky
- General SecretaryOzgar Boskurt
LegislaturePeople's Councill
Established12 Febuary 2013
Area claimed5km²
Population37 (as of 2015 census)
CurrencyAziki Tamanga

North Azikistan, officially the Democratic Republic of Azikistan, was a landlocked country in Asia, bordered by the United Provinces of Mauricia to the west,Kyrgyzstan to the north, Nedlandic Azikistan to the south, and China to the east.

The Kingdom of Azikistan was founded in 2012. After various disagreements, and internal problems Azikistan was divided into two independent states with the north occupied by leftists and the south by the remaining monarchists but became a Nationalist State. The two separate governments were formed: the Democratic Republic of Azikistan in the north, and the Republic of Azikistan Despite they claim both themselves as the legitimate government of Azikistan, They have excellent relations and even trades with each other and share their currencies

DR Azikistan is a single-party socialist republic. It espouses Marxism and is governed by a single party communist politburo dominated by the Azik Citizens and Workers Party. The capital city is Gohar. The official language is Aziki. Azikistan is a multi-ethnic country with the politically and culturally dominant Turk-Arabic people making up approximately 60% of the population, Other groups are Chinese, Europeans and Afro-Africans, who forms 40% of the population,


In the Azik language, the country's name is "Abarijkshia witch literally mean "Azik Country".Azikistan means the Land of the Aziks


As a fantasy nation

Azikistan began as a fictional nation in a fictional world in 2009. It was called: "Aziki Republic" and was a republic, various fake head of states was created It was non-serious However it was inactive

Kingdom of Azikistan

Azikistan as a micronation was founded as a project who have a king and a chieftain (Prime Minister), the original name was: "Kingdom of Azikistan" It was inspired by the fantasy version of Azikistan and the culture was also maded The Kingdom began sending independence declarations to the East Turkestani Government ,Kosovo the TRNC and South Ossetia. In the end, a weak government and a failed monarch, Soon the state become divided The division of Azikistan into South and North was a fact

North Azikistan

Unlike the Republic of Azikistan the Democratic Republic of Azikistan was peaceful and had more success in the micronational world South Azikistan was diplomatically isolated by many states, due its warmongering and seriousness at the time The nation was even seen as the legitimate government of Azikistan North lived in stability since its formation as their was no trouble the Democratic Republic of Azikistan in the north, and the Republic of Azikistan Despite they claim both themselves as the legitimate government of Azikistan, They have excellent relations and even trades with each other and share their currencies

Annexation by Nedland

On May 29, 2017, Nedlandic forces invaded the inactive North Azikistan, securing Gohar and the nation's 37 residents. The territory of North Azikistan was incorporated into the Goharijkshia department.


The Democratic Republic of Azikistan, along with China, Cuba, Laos, ,Vietnam and North Korea, is one of the world's six remaining single-party socialist states officially espousing communism. Its current state constitution, 2013 Constitution, asserts the central role of the Azik Citizens and Workers Party in all organs of government, politics and society. The General Secretary of the ACWP performs numerous key administrative and executive functions, controlling the party's national organization and state appointments, as well as setting policy. Only political organizations affiliated with or endorsed by the Azik Citizens and Workers Party are permitted to contest elections in the Democratic Republic of Azikistan. These include the Azik Fatherland Front and worker and trade unionist parties. Although the state remains officially committed to socialism

The President of the Democratic Republic of Azikistan is the titular head of state and the nominal commander-in-chief of the military, serving as the Chairman of the Council of Supreme Defense and Security. The Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Azikistan is the head of government, presiding over a council of ministers composed of three deputy prime ministers and the heads of 26 ministries and commissions.

Administrative Districts

Unlike South Azikistan the Democratic Republic of Azikistan have no provinces but districts the districts are semi autonomous Most of the districts are named after a mayor city in the area and have its own division 


The Revolutionary Army of Azikistan,is the national defence forces of the Democratic Republic of Azikistan Its smaller then its southren counterpart though is the armed forces of the Democratic Republic of Azikistan The RAA includes: Ground Force (including Strategic Rear Forces), Navy, Air Force, Border Defense Force, . However, Azikistan does not have a specific separate Ground Forces or Army branch. All of the ground troops, army corps, military districts, and specialized arms belong to the Ministry of Defence (Democratic Republic of Azikistan), directly under command of the Central Military Commission, Minister of Defence, and General Staff (Democratic Republic of Azikistan)

Foreign relations

Hostile relations

  •  South Azikistan


Map of North and South Azikistan.

North Azikistan occupies the northren portion of Azikistan, which have 51% of the Azikistani area. This mountainous area North Azikistan can be divided into two general regions: the North South Azikistan of high mountain ranges and Gohar area with considers flatland North Azikistan's terrain is mostly mountainous, most of which is not arable. Lowlands, located primarily in the south, make up only 30% of the total land area. It is covered by mountains of the range,


Landscape of Azikistan

Despite its relatively small land area, the climate in Azikistan varies widely, due to the country's mountainous topography. The climate in Spring (March–May) and Autumn (September–November) is moderate.

Winter is usually quite mild, but expect some snowfall in the valleys between December and February. In the mountains, however, conditions are harsher with low temperatures, snow and strong winds and the higher mountain passes are often closed.