League of Independent States

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League of Independent States
Formation31 December 2020; 3 years ago (2020-12-31)
Membership29 full members
Official languagesRussian
Chairman of the AssemblyLodomerí Regolnárd
Key peopleAleksandr Kuzmin, Vitold Chaban

The League of Independent States (Russian: Лига Независимых Государств; Liga Nezavisimyh Gosudarstv, LNG), also known as Petrograd Pact is an intermicronational organization that aims to establish friendly and partnership relations among Russian-speaking micronations.


The League of Independent States was established on 31 December 2020 by Esgeldia and Witoldia. Many micronationalists of the Cobrist circle criticized the very concept of micronational organization, but some of them quickly joined the organization. In January 2021, the League took part in the conflict in Portasia.

In the second half of 2021, the peacekeepers of the League participated in restoring order in Moscow Region. A special operation performed by Esgeldian and Tewerian forces neutralised the threat from the Rengo bloc to the Moscow-based LIS member states Alsar and Chiren.

By now LIS is gradually abandoning an aggressive foreign policy in favor of the cultural dialogue with developing nations. The project of the LIS Cultural Foundation is being actively worked out by representatives of Esgeldia and Witoldia.


Throughout its existence, the Assembly of the League of Independent States has elected seven chairmen, whose term of office is six months:

  1. Aleksandr Kuzmin, Esgeldia (5 January 2021 – 12 June 2021)
  2. Sergey Bubnov, Ciren (12 June 2021 – 12 December 2021)
  3. Ivan Ivanov, Konakia (12 December 2021 – 13 June 2022)
  4. Viktor Efimov, Levedia (13 June 2022 – 5 January 2023)
  5. Ivan Ivanov, Konakia (5 January 2023 – 14 June 2023)
  6. Dmitry Hozdko, Gergenzed (14 June 2023 – 5 January 2024)
  7. Lodomerí Reonárd, Erdaneria (5 January 2024 – present)


As of August 2023, LIS is the biggest international organization of the Russian-speaking community by number of micronations joined.

Name Native name Flag Languages Location Date accepted
Holy Esgeldian Tsardom Kérķedamen Asgélydamen Höltarbélk Esgeldian, Russian, Latvian Pskov, Russia 31 December 2020
founder state
Republic of Witoldia Cixela Witi Witoldian, Russian, Ukrainian Dnipro, Ukraine 31 December 2020
founder state
Union State of Konakia Lenwojterhast Enarlardinrid Zimbertanët Margalian, Russian Russia 31 December 2020
Empire of Gorlandia Russian Yekaterinburg, Russia 31 December 2020
Kingdom of Levedia Livyen Tlærdæn Llædlin, Russian Kharkiv, Ukraine 7 January 2021
Republic of Svetlorussia Russian St. Petersburg, Russia 7 January 2021
Kingdom of Fronterib Russian, Ukrainian, Esperanto Ukraine 9 January 2021
Great Sidorian Empire Великосідоріїцца Імперыя Sidorian, Russian, Ukrainian Kyiv, Ukraine 13 January 2021
Kingdom of Višnepolia Вишнеполия Russian, Višnepolian Kerch, Russia 31 January 2021
Republic of Avinea Республика Авинея Russian, English, Romanian Antarctica 22 July 2021
Republic of Lovia Eylan Ardahat Lovian, Russian 12 August 2021
People's Democratic Zvegostan Тауырхы Сорпанхы Звегостан Russian, Zveg 16 August 2021
Republic of New Christiania Russian Lugansk, Ukraine 8 November 2021
Free City of Ciren Вольный город Чирен Russian Moscow, Russia 8 November 2021
Waldrian Empire Žmörsamiž Jhanrathêrja Waldrian, Russian Riga, Latvia 10 December 2021
Velikoudelnian Tsardom Gretöødelnköe Česärstvö Laplilandian, Russian, Belarusian St. Petersburg, Russia 2 January 2022
Gergenzedian Tsardom Царство Гергензедское Russian Western Saratov Oblast, Russia 19 September 2022
Empire of Laugrasia Lavgrassyr Ajztargat Laugrasian, Russian Kyiv, Ukraine 16 October 2022[a]
Republic of Kamenrus Respubliko de Kamenrus Esperanto, Russian Dnipro, Ukraine;

Western Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine

7 January 2023
Kingdom of Erdaneria Rensgéntalem Erdanéris Russian, Erdanerian Kursk Oblast, Russia;

Moscow, Russia

31 March 2023
Great Kommar Armed Co-ownership Велико-Коммарское Вооружённое Общевладение Russian, Omorean Voronezh Oblast, Russia 3 April 2023
Moscowland Republic Москволэндская Республика Russian Moscow, Russia 4 July 2023
Desnarus Republic Rесπубlика ∆есnяnская Rусь Russian, Commarenthian 14 August 2023
Realm of Itil Їтїльскаѧ Дѣржава Russian, Itilian Oryol Oblast, Russia;

Lipetsk Oblast, Russia

14 August 2023
Hodenscan Tsardom Царство Ходынское Russian Moscow, Russia 24 November 2023
Republic of Aniota Russian Moscow, Russia 5 January 2024
Republic of Teweria Tewerska Kapistarstwo Tewerian, Russian Zahečar, Serbia 9 January 2024
Kingdom of Hortusland Королевство Хортсленд Russian, Ukranian, Horty Kharkov oblast, Ukraine 23 January 2024

Former members

Name Native name Flag Languages Location Date accepted Date left
Romanian Republic Раманаўская Рэспубліка Belarusian, Russian Romany, Belarus 3 January 2021 4 July 2021
Principality of Austragia Russian Moscow, Russia 11 July 2021 8 January 2022
Kingdom of Greencountry Grõnkantrõjske Korolõvstvo Greencountrian, Russian Ukraine 3 January 2021 8 January 2022
Tsardom of Zelesia Özeĺkíeřngërdřir Zelesian, Russian Volgodonsk, Russia 31 December 2020 9 January 2022
Democratic Republic of Ariteng Аритенгская Демократическая Республика Snelandian, Russian Moscow, Russia 5 December 2021 24 April 2022
Paulist Republic Паулистская Республика Russian Penza, Russia 8 November 2021 6 July 2023
Tsardom of Oryntea Þeirochoþ Orynteäa Oryntean, Russian Yoshkar-Ola, Russia 28 January 2021 6 July 2023
Khabarovsk Soviet Socialist Republic Хабаровская Советская Социалистическая Республика Russian Khabarovsk, Russia 10 May 2023 2 August 2023
Grand Duchy of Corollia English Antarctica 13 January 2022 9 January 2024
Serene Khakandom of Kayrimar Светлейшее Хаканство Кайримар Russian, Mari, Kritarian Mari Republic, Russia 18 August 2023 28 March 2024

Observer states

Taking into account the expansion of the League of Independent States outside the Russian-speaking micronational segment, since December 2021, the Assembly has introduced the category of observer countries of the LIS. The observer country, as a rule, is an English-speaking micronation on the territory of Europe, which does not have the opportunity to attend meetings of the Assembly, and whose interests, as a rule, are represented by a country with full membership.

Currently, there are two observer countries in the LIS.

Name Native name Flag Languages Location Date accepted Date released
People's Republic of West Latgale Vokoru Latgolas Ļaudu Republika Latgalian, Latvian Latvia 26 December 2021 6 Jule 2023
Rovdino People's Empire Ровдинская Народная Империя Russian Kirov Oblast, Russia 5 January 2021

(as a full member)

12 December 2021

(as a de-facto observer)

Empire of Loneyard Razard Loneyardlin Ardlin Borovoye, Belarus 7 September 2021

(as a full member)

8 October 2023

(as an observer)

30 March 2022

(voluntary ceased

its full-membership)


League of Independent States is an international organization whose goal is to maximize the cooperation of cathedral microstates with close historical and foreign policy ties. This Charter is intended to regulate relations between the participating countries of the LIS.

  1. The co-founder States of the LIS are members of the Assembly.
  2. The member States of the Assembly determine the entire work of the organization.
  3. Each of the Member States of the Assembly has the right to veto any of the resolutions considered by the Assembly.
  4. All Member States of the LIS (including those that are not members of the Assembly) are obliged to honor and comply with all international legal acts issued by the LIS.
  5. The Assembly has the right to impose sanctions, appoint cultural events, open and supervise the work of accountable LIS platforms and organizations, and send LIS peacekeeping forces.
  6. Each LIS member State participates in joint operations at its discretion.
  7. LIS peacekeepers are used only to protect civilians and their interests.
  8. In order to accept a new State in the LIS, the State wishing to join the organization must submit an appropriate petition to the Assembly.
  9. To be accepted into the LIS, the state must:

a) exist for more than three months; b) have formed state bodies and a legal system; c) to carry out adequate political activities; d) Have diplomatic and long-standing friendly relations with the Member States of the Assembly.


The League of Independent States is gradually abandoning its aggressive foreign policy towards "pseudonations" - organizing the change of power in unfriendly states and the formation of alternative governments, which often live no more than six months.

The policy of the "big cudgel" is being replaced by the policy of dialogue of cultures. Within the framework of the neighboring institutes of the League, a dialogue of the witoldian, ardian, margalian, esgeldian and other cultures takes place, which certainly increases interest in amateur linguistics, cartography and literature among the participating countries.

The project of the Cultural Foundation for the preservation of universal history is being actively worked out through the mediation of representatives of Esgeldia and Fesalion. According to preliminary estimates, after its formation, one of the largest cultural and historical organizations in the micronational community will operate under the patronage of the League countries, whose natural goal will be to collect historical artifacts dedicated to the activities of human civilization throughout its existence.

Official symbols

During its history, the symbolism of the League of Independent States has changed twice:


  1. Previously member state of the League from 3 January 2021 to 8 January 2022