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Samorspi

Flag of Samistopol Cooperation Organisation Miersan: Semastopolska Organizacja Współpracy Minilovian: Organizacija za suradnju u Samistopolu Narodyn: Самістопольська організація співробітництва Seniak: Organizácia pre spoluprácu Samistopolu Tavorstri: Арганізацыя Супрацоўніцтва Самістапаля Vedmedi: სამისტოპოლის თანამშრომლობის ორგანიზაცია Vichod: Samistopol-yhteistyöjärjestö
Flag
Motto: Вперед, разом.
Forward, together.
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CapitalSamistopol
Largest citiesSamistopol, Paltamo, Drosnja
Official languages
TypeEconomic union and military alliance
Member states
Leaders
• SCO Executive Chairperson
Velzemia Marija-Liisa Kulmala
• TMA Executive Secretary
Narozalica Artem Kononenko
Establishment
• Treaty of Maljubav
20 October 1983
• Treaty of Samistopol
17 June 1989
Area
• Total
3,994,386 km2 (1,542,241 sq mi)
Population
• 2018 estimate
143,549,142
GDP (PPP)2018 estimate
• Total
$4.22 trillion
• Per capita
$29,398
Time zoneUTC+13 to UTC+0

The Samistopol Cooperation Organisation, often abbreviated to the SCO or Samorspi from its Narodyn translation, is a political, economic and military alliance as well as a regional intergovernmental organisation consisting of the six modern states of the Empire of Narozalica. Most member states of Samorspi are closely aligned to Narozalica either economically, politically or militarily, with the bloc aiming mainly to promote economic and military collaboration and cooperation between its member states. As of 2018, Samorspi has an estimated population of over 143 million and a GDP of over $4 trillion, around 70% of which is made up by Narozalica. Samorspi has been described as the main competition to the Euclean Community in Euclea.

Samorspi was established originally in 1983 with the signing of the Treaty of Maljubav in Maljubav, Minilov, between delegations from Narozalica, Minilov, Vedmed, West Miersa and Velzemia to promote cooperation between the four states. With large economic boosts seen in all countries due to intranational investment and economic cooperation, Samorspi was consolidated into an intergovernmental organisation by the Treaty of Samistopol, signed in 1989. Samorspi expanded in 1984 with the accession of Radushia to the organisation. The Tsivebi Military Agreement was signed in 1997 to established a military alliance between Samorspi member states, however members are permitted to opt out of the TMA, which Velzemia exercised in 1998. Piraea withdrew from the organisation prior to beginning the EC accession process in 2007.

While smaller than the Euclean Community, Samorspi still exerts a powerful influential role on the international geopolitical stage, especially through Narozalica in the role of defense. Samorspi has central leadership through the SCO Executive Chairperson, currently Velzemian politician Marija-Liisa Kulmala, and the TMA Executive Secretary, currently Narozalic military officer Artem Koneneko.

History

Treaty of Maljubav

Treaty of Samistopol

Tsivebi Military Agreement

Governance

Foreign relations

With the EC

Economy

Member states

Nation Population SCO Delegation GDP GDP per capita Date of accession
 Minilov 6,201,783 Orlov Yanovich $284 billion $45,806 1983
 Narozalica 89,142,866 Vladimir Mlynár $3,028 billion $33,971 1983
Radushia 4,193,694 Sierafima Markaŭ $41.92 billion $9,997 1984
Vedmed 10,578,243 Erekle Toreli $328 billion $31,078 1983
 Velzemia 17,013,556 Marija-Liisa Kulmala $276 billion $16,228 1983
 West Miersa 16,419,000 Daria Mileska $216 billion $13,172 1983

Prospective members

Lemovicia is a prospective member of Samorspi, having applied to join in 2016 after abandoning the EC accession process. It is currently scheduled to join Samorspi no later than the end of 2020. On May 21, Narozalic authorities confirmed Lemovicia would join the organisation on June 1.[1][2]

Former members

Piraea joined the organization under Evangelos Polakis. It remained in Samorspi until 2007 when it withdrew from the organisation prior to beginning the EC accession process.

References

  1. Danylo Pylypenko, "Lemovician accession date pencilled in as June 1st as Samorspi officials confirm its successful bid for membership", VT, 21 May 2020. Retrieved 21 May 2020.
  2. Siemowit Donarski, "Celebrations as Lemovicia joins Samorspi", Obserwator z Przejścia, 21 May 2020. Retrieved 21 May 2020.