Greater Kyirusic Federation

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Greater Kyirusic Federation
Вялікая Кыірусіц Федэрацыя (Kyiririan)
Vialikaj Kyirus'nii Fiederacyja
Anthem: "О, зямля Кііруская"
"O, zietla' Kiruskaj"
("Oh, land of Kyirusia")
Location of Kyirusia (green) Disputed territories of Kyirusia (light green) in Europe (dark grey) – [Legend]
Location of Kyirusia (green)
Disputed territories of Kyirusia (light green)
in Europe (dark grey) – [Legend]
and largest city
Official languagesKyiririan
Scheduled languages
Ethnic groups
Demonym(s)Kyirusic (official and de facto)
Kyirusian (de jure)
GovernmentFederal one party Kyirusic parliamentary semi-presidential republic
Sergei Ivanov
Vladimir Sergeyevich
Bozhin Kraykowski
Belos Pivovarsky
Vladimir Krollskyy
LegislatureDuminski of Kyirusia
Democratic State of the Kyirusic House
Commonwealth House of the Kyirusic
Establishment history
5th century
• First Kingdom of Kyirusia faced off by the Mongols, Turks and Russians
Over the next several centuries
• Annexed by the Russian Empire
Late 16th century
• Independence from the Russian Empire
Early 20th century
• Becoming a communist state
After a brief period of the civil war
• Communism in Kyirusia dissolves
2 February 1965
• Monarchy returning to Kyirusia
1 January 1966
• Current constitution
2 January 1966
• 2023 estimate
GDP (nominal)2023 estimate
• Total
• Per capita
Gini (2023)53
very high
CurrencyKyirusic ruble (₽) (KRB)
Time zoneUTC+1 to UTC+3 (Central European TimeEastern European TimeMoscow Time/Turkey Time)
• Summer (DST)
UTC+3 (Eastern European Summer Time)
Date formatyyyy/dd/mm
Driving sideright
Calling code+981 (proposed)
Internet TLD.ks (de jure)
.com (de facto)
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Republic of Kyirusia
Federalist Republic of Kyirusia

Kyirusia (Kyiririan: Кыірусіа, romanization: Kyirusia, IPA: /kˌɪɚɹˈuːʒə/ (About this sound (listen))), officially the Greater Kyirusic Federation (Kyiririan: Вялікая Кыірусіц Федэрацыя, romanization: Vialikaj Kyirus'nii Fiederacyja) was a country located in the Eastern European region. It is bordered by Poland, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania, Turkey, Latvia, Georgia and Russia. Its capital city and largest city is Kirovgrad, and its total population was estimated to be around 100 million.

Kyirusia is a highly developed country that has seen significant economic growth in the past few decades due to its abundant natural resources and strong agricultural sector. The majority of the population is ethnically Kyririan, but there are also sizable minority populations of Russians, Ukrainians, and Romanians.

Kyirusia is a federal one party Kyirusic parliamentary semi-presidential republic. The current president is Sergei Ivanov and the prime minister is Vladimir Sergeyevich. The country is divided into seven administrative regions, and the official language is Kyiririan.

The economy of Kyirusia is largely based on agriculture and mining, with significant amounts of petroleum and natural gas being extracted. The country also has a thriving manufacturing sector, producing a variety of goods such as electronics, textiles, and food products. Tourism is also a major contributor to the economy, with visitors coming to experience the country's unique culture and stunning landscapes.


The name Kyirusia came from the fictional word called as "Kyinivic" alternatively as "Kyin" which means "Glorified land" in Kyirusia with a "Rusia" added which came from the word Rus.

Official names

  • First Kingdom of Kyirusia (5th century – over the next several centuries)
  • Kyinivic Governorate (late 6th century – early 20th century)
  • Federative Republic of Kyirusia (early 20th century – start of the civil war)
  • Kyirusic People's Republic (after a brief period of the civil war – 1965)
  • Kyirusia[a] (1965–1966)
  • Kingdom of Kyirusia (1966–2023)
  • Republic of Kyirusia (2023–2023)
  • Greater Kyirusic Federation (2023–2023)
  • Federalist Republic of Kyirusia (2023–present)

Alternative names

  • No alternative names
  • Kyin Governorate (late 6th century – early 20th century)
  • Kyirusic Soviet Socialist Statelite State (1946–1962)
  • Democratic Federative Soviet Socialist People's Republic of Kyirusia (1962–1965)
  • Kingdom of Kyirusia (1965–1966)
  • No alternative names
  • No alternative names
  • No alternative names
  • Kyirusic Federalist Republic of Kyirusia (2023–present)


Kyirusia is a fictional Eastern European country with a rich and long history. In the earliest recorded times, the region is inhabited by nomadic tribes that were finally united under a single ruler in the 5th century. This monarch established the first kingdom in the area, which eventually became known as the First Kingdom of Kyirusia. Over the next several centuries, the kingdom faced off against a variety of enemies, including the Mongols, the Russians, and the Turks. In the late 16th century, Kyirusia is annexed by the Russian Empire. It remained a part of Russia until the early 20th century when it declared independence. After a brief period of the civil war, Kyirusia became a communist state and remained that way until 1965. After 1965, Kyirusia transitioned to a monarchist system (as a unitary constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary democracy) then it dissolves at 2002. Literally it came back at 2023 and now it is home to diverse cultural, political and economic structures.

Politics and government

The politics and government of Kyirusia is a federal one party Kyirusic parliamentary semi-presidential republic, with the president as the head of state and the prime minister as the head of government. The president and prime minister are elected by popular vote and are responsible for appointing a cabinet of ministers. The country has a unicameral legislature, with members elected by popular vote to serve four year terms. The judicial system is based on civil law and is divided into several court systems and tribunals.

Early government

The country has an interesting history of government. In the early days of its founding, Kyirusia is ruled by a monarchy, with a monarch or emperor at the head of the country. This is common in many other Eastern European countries during this time. In the 19th century, a revolution led to the overthrow of the monarchy and the establishment of a republic, led by a president and a democratically elected parliament. This republic lasted until the end of World War II, when Kyirusia is occupied by the Soviet Union and became a socialist state under communist rule. Then it became a monarchy after the socialist state under communist rule ends, After the monarchy rule, it became a republic once again.


The Duminski of Kyirusia is the supreme legislative body of the Kyirusic state. It is the highest legislative body and is composed of representatives who are elected by the citizens of the country in accordance with the Constitution. The Duminski holds legislative powers and is responsible for enacting laws, overseeing the activities of the government, approving the budget, and ratifying international treaties and agreements. The Duminski also has the power to remove the government from office, if needed. The Duminski is also a parliamentary legislature too.

Upper house

The upper house of Kyirusia is called the Democratic State of the Kyirusic House. It consists of representatives of each of the 4 administrative regions of Kyirusia, who are chosen by the legislatures of their respective provinces. The Democratic State of the Kyirusic House has the power to approve or reject laws passed by the lower house of Kyirusia, the Assembly of Representatives. It also has the power to reject appointments of certain government officials, and it can review bills passed by the Commonwealth House of the Kyirusic. The Democratic State of the Kyirusic House also has the power to propose amendments to the constitution of Kyirusia.

Lower house

The lower house of Kyirusia is the Commonwealth House of the Kyirusic, which is a unicameral legislative body consisting of 300 elected representatives. Each elected representative serves for a term of five years. The Commonwealth House of the Kyirusic is responsible for initiating legislation, electing the Prime Minister and other senior cabinet officers, and overseeing the budget. Representatives are chosen from electoral districts by popular vote. The Commonwealth House of the Kyirusic is the only branch of Kyirusic government with the power to pass legislation and is the primary source of the government's legislative authority.

Political parties

Kyirusia has no other parties but only has one party which is ruling Kyirusia today.

Flag Logo Name Party leader Ideologies Upper house Lower house Upper house (Names) Lower house (Names) Cabinet
Federal Party of New Kyirusia FPNK/FPN Sergei Ivanov Federalism
3 / 3
7 / 10
Democratic State of the Kyirusic House Commonwealth House of the Kyirusic
4 / 5

Law and order

Kyirusia is a sovereign state with a democratically elected government that adheres to the rule of law. The legal system of Kyirusia is a civil law system, with the constitution providing the basis for the law. The constitution states that Kyirusia is a Kyirusic federalist, free, and independent nation-state, and all citizens are equally subject to the law. Kyirusia has a unicameral legislature, the parliament of Kyirusia, which is responsible for approving legislation and making laws. The parliament of Kyirusia is composed of representatives from the different political parties of Kyirusia, and the laws passed by the parliament are binding on all citizens. The judiciary is responsible for interpreting and enforcing laws and resolving disputes. The Supreme Court is the highest court in Kyirusia and is the final arbiter of the law.

Foreign relations

Regarding Kyirusia's foreign relations, it is believed to have strong ties to its neighboring countries of Poland, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania, Turkey, Latvia, Georgia and Russia. It is also believed to have strong ties to its non-neighboring countries of Kazakhstan too. It also has close economic and military ties to China, Turkey, and other Eastern European countries. Kyirusia's relations with the United States and other Western powers are a bit more complex, but mostly positive. The country is also a part of the United Nations and other international organizations.

Unilateral recognition

Mutual recognition

Recognition refused

Formerly recognized


The military of Kyirusia is composed of the Kyirusic Army, Navy, Air Force and National Guard. The Army is the largest branch and is responsible for land-based operations. The Navy is responsible for naval operations and protection of the nation's maritime borders. The Air Force is responsible for air-based operations, such as aerial reconnaissance and combat missions. The National Guard is a reserve force of the Kyirusic Armed Forces and is responsible for providing security and emergency services.

Geography and climate


Kyirusia is a fictional country located in Eastern Europe. It borders Poland, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania, Turkey, Latvia, Georgia and Russia. The country is mostly covered in forests, but also has mountainous regions in the north. The capital is located in the border of Slovakia and Ukraine which is named as Kirovgrad. The main lake is Lake Kiroviski, and the main river is the Kinickayaskini River. Kyirusia is home to a variety of cultures and languages, including Kyiririan, Ukrainian, Romanian, Polish, Slovak and Belarusian. The country is also known for its rich history and its vibrant culture.

Administrative regions

Kyirusia is divided into four official administrative regions as Ukrainian Kyirusic Federative Regions, Belarusian Kyirusic Federative Regions, Romanian-Moldovan Kyirusic Federative Regions, Northern Turkish Kyirusic Federative Regions and also three unofficial administrative regions as Romanian Kyirusic Federative Regions, Moldovan Kyirusic Federative Regions and Transnistrian Kyirusic Federative Regions. Each administrative region is further divided into cities, towns, and villages. The main cities are Kirovgrad, Zerishkersk, Oshgrad, Nalibad, Tokeigrad, Karaltav, isfask, and Karelikolisk. The capital of Kyirusia is Kirovgrad.

Official administrative regions
Flag Arms Name Maps Anthem Population Leaders Codes
Ukrainian Kyirusic Federative Regions State Anthem of Ukraine 70 million Adam Dmytrovych KS-UA
Belarusian Kyirusic Federative Regions Vajacki marš (de facto)

Żywe Bełaruś! (de jure)

70 million Andrey Viarcinski KS-BY
Romanian-Moldovan Kyirusic Federative Regions 2 anthems[c]

Deșteaptă-te, române!
Limba noastră

Unknown Gabriel Moldovanu KS-RV
Northern Turkish Kyirusic Federative Regions İstiklal Marşı Unknown Ersan Halefoglu KS-NT
Unofficial administrative regions
Romanian Kyirusic Federative Regions Deșteaptă-te, române! Unknown Gabriel Moldovanu KS-RO
Moldovan Kyirusic Federative Regions Limba noastră 2.615 million (2021) Gabriel Moldovanu KS-ML
Transnistrian Kyirusic Federative Regions Limba noastră (de jure) 43.79 million (2021) Vacant [d]


The climate in Kyirusia is typically temperate, with warm and humid summers, and cold and snowy winters. Summers are usually warm and sunny, with temperatures ranging from the mid-70s to the mid-80s Fahrenheit. Winters can be quite cold and snowy, with temperatures often dropping below freezing and snowfall common throughout the season. Spring and fall are typically mild, with temperatures ranging from the mid-40s to the mid-60s. Overall, Kyirusia experiences a moderate climate with plenty of precipitation throughout the year.

Climate data for Kirovgrad (1991–2020, extremes 1947–present)
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °C (°F) 13.3
Average high °C (°F) 1.7
Daily mean °C (°F) -1.2
Average low °C (°F) -4.2
Record low °C (°F) -28.2
Average Precipitation mm (inches) 54
Average relative humidity (%) 82.6 76.2 67.4 61.4 65.2 68.0 67.4 68.6 72.8 76.0 80.1 83.3 72.4
Average rainy days 11 10 13 15 16 16 15 13 13 13 14 13 162
Average snowy days 14 12 5 1 0.03 0 0 0 0 0.3 5 12 49
Sunshine hours 55.8 87.0 152.7 202.4 266.2 266.3 279.1 269.2 189.8 140.4 71.4 45.8 2,023.1
Source no. 1:[1]
Source no. 2: World Meteorological Organization (humidity and sun 1981–2010)[2]

National symbols

Symbol Name Image
National flag National flag of Kyirusia
National coat of arms Coat of arms of Kyirusia
National motto Unity makes strength No image available
National anthem "О, зямля Кііруская"
"O, zietla' Kiruskaj"
"Oh, land of Kyirusia"
National cockade National cockade of Kyirusia
National colours Blue
National animal Kyirusic double-headed eagle
National flower Kyirusic blue flower
National sport Football
Official language Kyiririan No image available
National calendar Gregorian calendar (de facto)
Futureic calendar (de jure)
No image available


The economy of Kyirusia is primarily driven by its natural resources, such as oil and gas. Additionally, the country has a strong agricultural sector and is a large producer of grain and dairy products. Kyirusia also has a strong manufacturing sector, producing a variety of goods including electronics, cars, and textiles. Tourism is also a major component of the economy, with many visitors drawn to its picturesque landscapes, vibrant culture, and historical sites. The country has seen a steady increase in its GDP over the last few years, with strong growth in its service, manufacturing, and agriculture sectors.

Culture and media

The culture of Kyirusia is heavily influenced by the region’s history, as well as its Slavic, Balkan and Hungarian heritage. Traditional folk music, dance and art are a large part of their culture. Religion is also important to the people of Kyirusia, and the majority practice the Eastern Orthodox Church. Kyirusic media that breaks the law are heavily censored and the non-censored of them are edited by the government to not break the law of Kyirusia. Television stations, radio channels and newspapers all aim to promote the government’s ideologies and agendas when they want to.


Kyirusia literature is a genre of literature originating in the region of Eastern Europe. It is characterized by its focus on themes of honor, loyalty, heroism, and justice. Common elements of Kyirusic literature are tales of heroes facing off against evil, tales of revenge and honor, and stories of love and loss. It is often written in an epic style and features symbolism and motifs that are unique to the culture. Examples of Kyirusic literature include works like The Chronicles of Kyirus, The Ballad of Kalid, and The Legend of the Golden Sword.


The country of Kyirusia has a rich cultural heritage and a unique musical tradition. Their music is heavily influenced by their nomadic past, with a mix of sounds from different ethnic groups. It is often characterized by polyphonic vocal harmonies, string and percussion instruments, as well as traditional instruments such as the balalaika, garmon, and bayan. The music of Kyirusia is a mixture of folk, traditional, and classical styles, and is often celebrated in festivals and concerts.


Kyirusia is a European country situated at Eastern Europe and it has a estimated population of 100 million people. The country is divided into 4 official administrative regions and 3 unofficial administrative regions and its capital city is Kirovgrad. In terms of architecture, the country typically features a blend of both traditional and modern styles, with the Soviet era influencing much of the latter. Traditional architecture in Kyirusia consists of wooden dwellings, which are commonly found in rural areas. Meanwhile, modern architecture often includes a mix of Soviet and Finnish styles, with postmodernist buildings, modern skyscrapers, and glass towers making up much of the skyline in Kyirusia’s larger cities.


Kyirusia is a unique country with a cuisine that reflects its geographically diverse landscape. The cuisine is a mix of many different cultures, including Slavic, Hungarian, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean. Popular dishes include borch, a soup made with beetroot and meat, and kapusta kvashenaya, a cabbage dish made with tomatoes and herbs. Meat dishes are often served with potatoes, which are a staple in Kyirusic cuisine. Other popular dishes include pierogies, various types of dumplings, goulash, and a variety of fish dishes.


Kyirusia is an Eastern European country that is well-known for its variety of sports. Some of the most popular sports in Kyirusia include football, ice hockey, basketball, rugby, skiing, and biathlon. Kyirusia also has a strong tradition of martial arts such as judo and aikido. Additionally, Kyirusia is home to a variety of traditional sports like Krav Maga, which is an israeli self-defense system. Kyirusia also has an increasing interest in extreme sports such as bungee jumping, paragliding, and indoor skydiving.


Note: The year will change everytime to the current year when the year has changed so the date will not only start in the year 2023.

Date Name Notes
1 January 2023 New Year The first day in the calendar, it is time to celebrate new year when this day hits.
5 January 2023 Kyirusic Day A day for the celebration of when Kyirusia is now free.
8 January 2023 Kyirusic Celebration Holiday A day where it is holiday in Kyirusia.
1 February 2023 Kyirusic Hymn Day It is time to sing the anthem of Kyirusia in this day.
9 February 2023 Kyirusic Flag Day In this day, you have to wave the Kyirusic flag to celebrate this day.
1 October 2023 Halloween Halloween or Hallowe'en (less commonly known as Allhalloween, All Hallows' Eve, or All Saints' Eve) is a celebration observed in many countries on 31 October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Saints' Day. It begins the observance of Allhallowtide, the time in the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints (hallows), martyrs, and all the faithful departed.
1 December 2023 Christmas Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. A feast central to the Christian liturgical year, it is preceded by the season of Advent or the Nativity Fast and initiates the season of Christmastide, which historically in the West lasts twelve days and culminates on Twelfth Night. Christmas Day is a public holiday in many countries, is celebrated religiously by a majority of Christians, as well as culturally by many non-Christians, and forms an integral part of the holiday season organized around it.
31 December 2023 New Year Eve In this day, The next year is coming.

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  1. In 1965, Kyirusia name is just Kyirusia; Because in that time, Kyirusia has no official conventional long name.
  2. Kyirusia still recognizes Kyrirusia even if it is a former country.
  3. The Romanian-Moldovan KFR has 2 regional anthems, which is known as Deșteaptă-te, române! and Limba noastră.
  4. The Transnistrian Kyirusic Federative Regions has no official province codes.
  5. Do not use the citizenship form to get citizenship in Kyirusia, it is now inactive.


  1. "". Weather and Climate for Kirovgrad (Uzhhorod) (in русский). Archived from the original on 14 December 2019. Retrieved 8 November 2021.
  2. "World Meteorological Organization Climate Normals for 1981–2010". World Meteorological Organization. Archived from the original on 17 July 2021. Retrieved 17 July 2021.