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United Federation of Garindina

Объединенная федерация Гариндины
Об'єднана федерація Гаріндіна
Flag of Garindina
Coat of arms of Garindina
Coat of arms
Motto: Да здравствует отечество
Da zdravstvuyet otechestvo
(Long live the fatherland)
Map of Garindina
Map of Garindina
Capital  Parsa        
Largest city  Jasanasburg    
Official languagesGarindinan, Yuzhstovan
Recognised regional languagesDoro, Koudish, Rusic
Ethnic groups
56% Garindinan
35% Yuzhstovan
3% Doro
3% Rusic
2% Lakoudiskfolkæ
1% other
 Garindinan Orthodox
Demonym(s)           Garindinan
Government  Semi-Constitutional Federal Monarchy under One-Party rule
• Czarina 
Nadia V
• Speaker of the Assembly
Anatolii Zaytsev
• Head Councilwoman
Natasha Ivanova
• Prime Minister
Gregory Brezhnev
Legislature Federal Assembly
Federal Council
State Duma
Independent State
December 20, 1350 - July 17, 1871
March 23, 1869 - July 17, 1871
• The October Coup
October 17, 1933
March 31, 1983 - September 2, 1998
366,296 km2 (141,428 sq mi)
• Estimate
• Density
27.77/km2 (71.9/sq mi)
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
181.39 billion
• Per capita
CurrencyGrivna (Г̷̶̷ ) (GRV)
Time zoneUTC-4, UTC-3
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy (AD)
Driving sideright
Calling code+55

Garindina, formally The United Federation of Garindina (Garindinan: Объединенная федерация Гариндины, Ob"yedinennaya federatsiya Garindiny, Yuzhstovan: Об'єднана федерація Гаріндіна, Ob'yednana federatsiya Harindina), is a sovereign nation in western Argis on Eurth. The country borders the Prymontian Rus to the North-East, North Dniester and Ahrana to the east, and Doria to the west. Garindina also has a boarder with Esonice via the treaty port of Yedo. Garindina has a coast with three bodies of water, these being the Canamo Sea, the Mediargic Sea, and the Sakspati Sea.

Garindina is classified as a Semi-Constitutional Federal Monarchy under One-Party rule. The political capital is Parsa and its largest city is Jasanasburg. The first civilization can be traced back to the Paras Gari in the 1st century BC. The head of state is Nadia V from the House of Yakolev. The Garindinan Civil War (1983-1998) has left clear scars on the people of Garindina and the nation, with a change of government and the return of the Garindinan Monarchy.

Today, Garindina has a mixed economy with low poverty rates due to the effects of the 1948 Right to Live Act. Garindina is a popular tourist destination with its many National parks and cultural activities. The nation has more than 10.1 million people who call Garindina home.

Garindina is mostly a neutral nation. Despite this, Ómaksa Accords is a mutual defense pact in away as to protect Ómaksa from outside forces. Garindina is also a part of the AN, ATARA, and BFG.


The name "Garindina" derives from ancient Slavic roots, reflecting the old pagan spiritual beliefs of the region. In the ancient pagan beliefs of Garindina, the concept of "Garin" was closely associated with a deity representing strength, courage, and protection. The land itself was seen as a manifestation of this divine power, often referred to as the "Land of Garin" in reverence to the deity's influence over the region's natural elements and the people's daily lives.


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The geography of Garindina is quite diverse. With flat lowlands and vast grasslands in the south and rocky hills, mountains and vast forest in the north.



  • Climate Map

Flora and Fauna


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Map Flag and name Capital Governor
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Akmlinsk Alma Soloveva
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Batagrad Gerasim Kiselev
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Visokogoriyegrad Toma Novikov
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Shishkovgrad Yaroslav Kozlov
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Kamholovy Rolan Orlov
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Pavlograd Koldan Kulikov
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Vladigrad Yustina Sokoloa
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Kordondolyna Katrya Matvyenko
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Koganelsk Yelysaveta Dmytruk
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Rechnograd Arina Koroleva
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Fermivka Nataliya Kharchenko
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Zvyozdny Timur Kozlov

Administrative Districts

Map Flag and name Governor
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Nataliya Guseva
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Lara Zhukova
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Yaromir Antonov
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Tatyana Belova
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Kazimir Vlasov
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Nazar Onyshchuk


Map Flag and name Capital Leader
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The Overseas
Territory of
Yedo Prime Minister Henzo Vukunaga


Map Flag and name Capital President
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  • The first civilization can be traced back to the Paras Gari in the 1st century BC.
  • The Garindinan Civil War (1983-1998) has left clear scars on the people of Garindina and the nation, with a change of government and the return of the Garindinan Monarchy.
  • Today, Garindina has a mixed economy with low poverty rates due to the effects of the 1948 Right to Live Act.
  • Ómaksa Accords (year?) is a mutual defense pact in away as to protect Ómaksa from outside forces. Garindina is also a part of the BFG and…



The Garindinan government can be complex and at times confusing. Garindina operates as a Semi-Constitutional Federal Monarchy and a one-party state, with the National Royalist Party serving as the sole political party. The power in the country is centralized within three levels of government: the monarchy, the central government (consisting of the Federal Council, the State Duma, and the Council of Ministers), and the Supreme Court.

At the top, the monarchy holds ultimate authority, with decisions made by the Crown enacted by the Council of Ministers to bring about changes. The central government, which includes the Federal Council, governs the Oblasts and Administrative Districts (ADs) of Garindina. However, all discussions and decisions within the central government require approval from the Crown.

The State Duma, as the legislative body, has the unique power to challenge the Crown. It can set limits on the monarch's authority, acting as a check and balance. The local government, appointed by the Federal Council, operates autonomously without requiring the Crown's approval.

Lastly, the Supreme Court serves as the enforcer of all laws enacted by the monarchy and protects the Garindinan Constitution, also known as the Nationalist Constitution.


The Royal Palace of Garindina

The Monarchy of Garindina dates back to the first civilizations of the Gari people. Garindina is run by a hereditary monarchy and its current monarch is Czarina Nadia V. The monarchy can be split into two sections, the Old Monarchy and the New Monarchy. This split is defined by the abolishment of the monarchy after the October Coup, currently Garindina is ruled by the new monarchy. The New Monarchy has ruled Garindina since 1998, after the end of the Garindinan Civil War. The first "New Monarch" was king Aleksandr the Great, and he reigned until his death on July 17th, 2015.

The Monarchs are Commander-in-Chief of the Garindinan Armed Forces and hold the authority to declare war and make alliances. Meaning that the entirety of the Garindinan Armed Forces and the Royal Guard are under the command of the Monarch. The Monarchy determines foreign policy and must sign all Acts, Bills and Laws for them to be enacted upon. Monarchs have the power to appoint Oblast and AD governors and the members of the Council of Ministers. The Monarch can also appoint the members of the Supreme Court, giving the Monarch absolute power over the Garindinan legal system. Not only that, but the Monarch also has direct control over the territories of Garindina.

Central Government

The Federal Assembly

The Central Government of Garindina comprises two departments, the Federal Council and the State Duma. These two departments make up the central body of the Garindinan government. These two counsels meet once a year at the Federal Assembly and discuss goals for the year.

Federal Council
The Federal Council

The Federal Council governs the Oblast and Administrative Districts of Garindina. The Federal Council is made up of the Governors of Each Oblast and Administrative District, the current Head Councilwomen is Natasha Ivanova. Oblasts have the most autonomy in the Government, meaning they have the most power in the Federal Council. Administrative Districts have less autonomy, meaning they hold less power in the Federal Council.

Oblast were first introduced to Garindina after the Constitution War; this is due to the people of Garindina wanting representation in the government. Originally there were thirteen Oblasts, but after the Civil War, the Doria Oblast has been an independent nation. Each Oblast has its own form of government, all being a Federal Republic with their own State Duma. Despite this, the Oblast have no say in who will be the governor, as the monarch hand-picks all governors.

The same goes for Administrative Districts, they have their own State Council but have no say over who governs them. Administrative Districts are Politically important cities. With the Constitution only stating the six Administrative Districts of Parsa, Jasanasburg, Krasbograd, Novokamensk, Borisobay, and Yuzhemore. These Districts aren't just confined to a single city either, an Administrative District consists of the city in question and some surrounding area, with Novokamensk being the largest District.

State Duma


Council of Ministers
The Council of Ministers

The Council of Ministers comprises eight different ministries. With each minister being hand-picked by the monarch as well as the Prime Minister, who is in control of the council. Each minister controls their own sector of administration and put all decisions made by the Federal Council and the monarchy into effect depending on the sector. Ministers have the power to make decisions, but these decisions must be approved by the Monarch to be put into effect.

Name Garindinan Name Minister
Ministry of Agriculture Министерство сельского хозяйства Aleksandr Minsky
Ministry of Defence Министерство обороны Gedeon Molotov
Ministry of Education Министерство образования Sveta Zakharova
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Министерство иностранных дел Tatyana Kuzmina
Ministry of Health Министерство здравоохранения Klara Rostova
Ministry of National Security Министерство Национальная безопасность Konstantin Aleksandrov
Ministry of Transportation Министерство транспорта Dimitri Kuzan
Ministry of the Economy Министерство экономики Fedor Tarasov
Ministry of the Environment Министерство окружающей среды Ivan Rostovo


Supreme Court
Supreme Court Building

The Supreme Court of the Garindinan United Federation is the supreme judicial body in civil, criminal and administrative cases, in cases regarding the resolution of economic disputes and other cases falling under the jurisdiction of courts. Established in the Garindinan United Federation in accordance with Federal Constitutional Law “On the Judicial System of the Garindinan United Federation”. The Garindinan Supreme Court ultimately protects the Garindinan Constitution and the rights of the people of Garindina.

The Court gets final say on any Laws and Amendments to the Constitution. It is headed by a five Judge Panel appointed by the monarch. Unlike other government institutions, the Judges have a twenty-year term. This can only be renewed once. All judges of the court must be politically neutral and unbiased during their terms.

Military Court
Military Court Building

The Military Court is strictly for those who are in the Military, no civilian may be trialled in this Court. The Court is headed by the respected Commanding Officer of that Branch, with Two Law Degreed Military Judges. The verdict of this Court is final and cannot be overturned unless deemed a violation of Constitutional Right of the Person.


The Armed Forces of Garindina is split into four different blocks. These four blocks are the Ground Force, Air Force, Navy, and Special Forces. Garindina practices conscription and mandatory military service, this means that every citizen of Garindina has to serve a mandatory ten-month service in the Garindinan Armed Forces. The age of conscription in Garindina is 21 years of age, but the mandatory ten-month military service must be served between the ages of 18-21. Garindina has a current 215,000 active professional military personnel and 147,000 reserve professional military personnel.


Federal Police

The Federal Police of Garindina are the main law enforcement body in Garindina. Each region has their own police offices headed by their own regional director. The Federal Police Services are responsible for the safety of all citizens, as well as all Government Issued Identification to all citizens.


The Anti-Corruption Police (AKSP) is the newest police force in Garindina tasked with countering corruption in Garindina. The AKSP is a semi-independent police force that operates under the Monarchy. The AKSP, was established on May, 14, 2023, as part of the Garindinan Reformation. A series of reforms in Garindina repairing systems that were inefficient and only worsened the corruption within Garindina. The Reformation started the fight against corruption and began to fix these broken systems.


The Garindinan economy is a mixed economy, with government-controlled companies being common. The top three industries in Garindina are petroleum refinement, environmental tourism, and manufactureing. The Grivna is the national currency of Garindina and is also slightly inflated, making 1 Г̷̶̷ being equal to 1.8$. The minimum wage of Garindina is only 10 Г̷̶̷/hour with a national tax rate of 34%. With the entire economy of Garindina being worth an estimated 96 billion Grivnas.


The Krylov Damn near the Canamo Canal

Garindina has historically been a energy efficent country. Until around the 1960's, Garindina was run in coal plants. But after the passing of the 1964 Clean Air Act Garindina started to move away from coal plants. During the Garindinan Civil War, many coal plants were destroied, but the many Hydropower plants were left alone. As Garindina was still rebuilding, in 2005 King Aleksandr began to build wind and solar farms across Garindina, kickstarting the clean energy program. Slowly, Garindina began to move away from Coal and Oil. Today 70% of all energy production in Garindina is produced by renewable resources.

Energy mix in Garindina.

  Hydro (46%)
  Coal (23%)
  wind (14%)
  Solar (10%)
  Oil (7%)

The Krylov Dam is one of the newest hydropower plants constructed, it is owned by the Canamo Canal Company headed in Prymont. Recently, Garindina has been looking into nuclear energy. The nuclear energy program has been protested by many do to concers of the ecological effects. Garindina has been an energy exporter in recent years. But with growing energy needs, Garindina might stop exporting energy.

As of now, 46% of Garindina's energy production is from Hydropower plants, with 23% from Coal, 14% from wind, 10% from Solar, and 7% from Oil.


Novokamensk Steel Mill

Ever since the industral revolution, Garindina has mainliy had a manufacturing based economy. But as of recently, enviormental tourism has grown into one of Garindina's largest indusries, even passing manufacturing. The manufacturing industry is most prominate in the west of the country. Furthermore, Garindina places emphasis on sustainability and green manufacturing practices. The sector is adopting cleaner and more efficient production processes, reducing waste generation, and implementing eco-friendly initiatives to minimize environmental impact.

Overall, Garindina's manufacturing sector is a dynamic and vital part of the country's economy. It embraces technological advancements, emphasizes quality and innovation, and strives for sustainable growth, positioning Garindina as a competitive player in the global manufacturing landscape. Garindina has also been deilling and refining petrol since it's descovery in the Mediargic Sea in 1967.

Petroleum refinery in the Ravno Oblast

In recent years, petroleum refinement has become the one of the largest industries in Garindina. Garindina's oil and gas refining industry is a vital sector within the country's economy, playing a significant role in energy production and export.

The entire industry encompasses various activities involved in extracting, refining, and processing crude oil and natural gas resources. The industry also places significant emphasis on environmental sustainability and adheres to stringent regulations to minimize its ecological impact. Garindina's refineries employ advanced technologies to reduce emissions, improve energy efficiency, and implement effective waste management practices.

Furthermore, the oil and gas refining industry in Garindina plays a vital role in driving economic growth and employment opportunities within the region. It attracts investments, creates jobs across various skill levels, and contributes to the overall development of the country.


Mining has always held a significant place within Garindina's industrial landscape. (WIP)


WIP (Pictured gallery of National Parks and Parsa, ie. Блэк-Хиллз National Park Black Hills.)



Ethnics diversity chart (2020)

  Garindinian (53%)
  Yuzhstovan (34%)
  Korelian (5%)
  Doro (3%)
  Rusic (2%)
  Lakoudiskfolkæ (2%)
  Other (1%)

Garindina is not an ethnically diverse nation. With a population of only 9.6 million, most of the people are either Garindinan or Yuzhstovan. There are small communities of other ethnic groups, but they only consist of 13% of the total population.


Religious Diversity Chart (2020)

  Orthodox (70%)
  Non Affiliated (20%)
  Vjoldinism (6%)
  Neo-Kraynadukh Faith (4%)

The freedom of religion is a guaranteed right in Garindina. Despite this, the national religion being Garindinan Orthodox. Garindinan Orthodox is the most prominent religion practiced in Garindina, with 6.5 million followers. In recent years, a growing number of people identify as irreligious. With three million people identifying as irreligious.




Garininan culture is quite unique compared to its neighbor of similar culture, the Prymontian Rus. This differentiation of cultures comes from the geography and history of Garindina. Garindinan traditions take roots from the Early Gari People that originally lived in the Paras River Valley. Despite this, Garindinan culture is very unique.













National Holidays

Garindina is a relatively festive nation, with seventeen holidays being celebrated nationwide. Twelve of these are religious and the rest being national. National Holidays are celebrated throughout the nation with a wide verity of activities depending on the day. During Midsummer celebrations, the most prominent celebrations are carnivals and dance. Whilst on Rememberance Day, bonfires and memorials to honor the dead are held.

There are many lesser known Regional Holidays that are celebrated by their respected regions as well. These Regional Holidays are celebrated in their own ways that reflect the culture of the area. For example, The Festival of Lent is celebrated in the small coastal region of Sarata. This festival is only celebrated in this small region and marks the beginning of Lent.

List of National Holidays:

  • New year celebrations: Dec 31-Jan 1
  • The Czarina's birthday: March 22
  • Midsummer: June 23-25
  • Remembrance Day: July 17
  • Federation Day: September 2