List of sovereign states and dependent territories (Kylaris)
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States with limited recognition
|Name||Capital||Population||Continent||Head of state||Head of government||Government type||Sovereignty dispute||Status of sovereignty|
|Heijiang||Chashan||8,394,746||Southeast Coius||Pan Jiayong||Jiang Meiying||Authoritarian republic||Claimed by Kuthina||
Unilaterally seceded from Kuthina in November 2008, with de facto independence being achieved in 2009 after Xiaodong's invasion of the area. 4 CN Member States recognise it, while the Community of Nations officially classes it as Kuthine territory under foreign occupation.
|Kulo State||Yokhonzela||2,091,882||Bahia||Dumisile Xhibeni Chacha||Bongdani Malusi||Presidential republic||Claimed by Yemet and Masari||
Unilaterally declared independence as the Kulo State during the Yemeti Civil War in January 1980, having been de facto independent since the defeat of the Yemeti Army in the Battle of Mabengela in August 1971 and the following withdrawal from Kulo-claimed territory. Internationally unrecognised by any member state of the Community of Nations, which views the territory as owned by Yemet and Masari divided along the pre-insurgency border.
|Lemovicia||Topagunea||1,014,866||Euclea||Presidency||Council republic||Claimed by West Miersa||
Unilaterally declared independence from West Miersa in 1979 following the start of the Miersan War, leading to a nearly thirteen-year long war that ended in 1992, following the signing of a ceasefire. TBD CN member states recognise it, while the CN recognises it as being West Miersan territory under foreign occupation.