USSR RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Stratocratic Republic of Soviet Sovereignty (elected 47 days ago)

Founder: The Communist State of RedCommunist

World Factbook Entry

.: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics :.
The USSR, a region founded on Dec 17, 2002, has long been in the spotlight of the world. Founded on the glorious works of Lenin and Marx, the USSR shall stay strong in its quest for glory. We have a great community, along with our activity, we promise you that you will enjoy your stay in the USSR. We welcome you to our socialist-communist ideal region and hope you become active in the community. Glory to our Soviet Union!
Map of the USSR
USSR Government
Premier of the USSR: The Socialist Republic of Soled
Commisionaire of Foreign Affairs: The People's Socialist Republic of Klotecnia
Commisionaire of Internal Affairs: The People's Federation of New Terricon

Embassies: Europe, Germany, Communist International League, Anticapitalist Alliance, Allied States of EuroIslanders, United Socialist Republics, North Africa, India, and The Communist Party of NationStates.

Tags: Democratic, Enormous, Communist, Industrial, Game Player, Socialist, Role Player, Regional Government, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: Very High

USSR contains 130 nations, the 79th most in the world.

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The Most Dedicated Public Healthcare in USSR

The following nations have the most extensive public healthcare facilities.

As a region, USSR is ranked 24th in the world for Most Dedicated Public Healthcare.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Democratic People's Republic of SlavestateWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“BE VIGILANT”
2.The Penny Arcade Mecca of Greater CubaWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“We Don't Get Mad, We Get Stabby”
3.The Unruly Confederation of CoolHandLukeWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Lay back and give 'em hell”
4.The Proletarian Combine of Workers CollectivesIron Fist Socialists“When we hang the capitalists they will sell us the rope”
5.The Socialist Nation of The Commonwealth of Free PeoplesCorrupt Dictatorship“One man. One vote.”
6.The Soviet Socialist Republic of YevraziyaWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“Workers of the world, unite!”
7.The Armed Republic of Soviet KruplickistanCorrupt Dictatorship“Forward the land of revolution, the heart of the free”
8.The People's Socialist Republic of Iron VakiaPsychotic Dictatorship“Arise, Proletarians!”
9.The Classless Society of NarmiliaWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Even the smallest step forward is worth taking.”
10.The People's Republic of SeralukaCorrupt Dictatorship“All is One, One is All”
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TEVOSK OCCUPIED

The Small town of Tevosk in southeastern Balenderg has been occupied by the SSIB, or Sunni State in Balenderg. The former leader of the Balendergian Chvec Terror Core, Anatoly Jelrigor, broke out of prison with assistance of the SSIB, and they chose him to lead them. He accepted, and they attacked and took Tevosk easily. Plans were initially to retake the town with military force, but they have taken Social-Liberal Party leader and Parliament Representative Rektov Lavash captive and threatened to kill him if we attack the town, They are sending their armies to Dedrov, a small city to the east of Tevosk, and they shall capture it to gain a steady hold. That is all we can provide at this time, when things develop we will announce what is going on.

The United Communists' Republic of Renbokia wrote:People new to the region or those who have not joined yet, check out: nation=renbokia/detail=factbook/id=211294 .

I read your treaty and I agree with all your points except one, the ruble. The problem is that people who use the Ruble is more likely for their economies to suffer. However my country uses the Boshka and it is one of the best currencies in the USSR.

So I just finished writing my constitution. That's surprisingly hard work.
Could you tell me what you think about it, comrades?
nation=enclave_of_soviet_germany/detail=factbook/id=283280

The Socialist Republic of Enclave of Soviet Germany wrote:So I just finished writing my constitution. That's surprisingly hard work.
Could you tell me what you think about it, comrades?
nation=enclave_of_soviet_germany/detail=factbook/id=283280

This is good comrade, Very good.

The Socialist Republic of Enclave of Soviet Germany wrote:So I just finished writing my constitution. That's surprisingly hard work.
Could you tell me what you think about it, comrades?
nation=enclave_of_soviet_germany/detail=factbook/id=283280

Changing your currency has no mechanical implications, other then just that. Changing the name.

And just to state for the record..The highest exchange rate for the ruble in the USSR is sitting at roughly $.1 higher than the Boshka. Out of Yevraziya. Most of the regions import debt(Including portions of Elwana's), is held by my nation. We also use the Ruble.

TLDR; Plenty of people in the region use the Ruble, their economies are fine. If you don't want to agree to a clause do not be afraid to just say so. But until you provide proof to the claim that changing currencies has directly and negatively impacted any of the Treaty member states, we probably won't blink at the claim saying we're 'suffering'.

The Stratocratic Republic of Soviet Sovereignty wrote:Changing your currency has no mechanical implications, other then just that. Changing the name.

And just to state for the record..The highest exchange rate for the ruble in the USSR is sitting at roughly $.1 higher than the Boshka. Out of Yevraziya. Most of the regions import debt(Including portions of Elwana's), is held by my nation. We also use the Ruble.

TLDR; Plenty of people in the region use the Ruble, their economies are fine. If you don't want to agree to a clause do not be afraid to just say so. But until you provide proof to the claim that changing currencies has directly and negatively impacted any of the Treaty member states, we probably won't blink at the claim saying we're 'suffering'.

I think you mean The Socialist Republic of Elwana, not me. I am willing to change my currency according to the treaty as soon as I get the message that my application was granted.

The Stratocratic Republic of Soviet Sovereignty wrote:Changing your currency has no mechanical implications, other then just that. Changing the name.

And just to state for the record..The highest exchange rate for the ruble in the USSR is sitting at roughly $.1 higher than the Boshka. Out of Yevraziya. Most of the regions import debt(Including portions of Elwana's), is held by my nation. We also use the Ruble.

TLDR; Plenty of people in the region use the Ruble, their economies are fine. If you don't want to agree to a clause do not be afraid to just say so. But until you provide proof to the claim that changing currencies has directly and negatively impacted any of the Treaty member states, we probably won't blink at the claim saying we're 'suffering'.

I did not know that. I will consider changing the currency to the People's Ruble in light of this new evidence.

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The Socialist Republic of Enclave of Soviet Germany wrote:I think you mean The Socialist Republic of Elwana, not me. I am willing to change my currency according to the treaty as soon as I get the message that my application was granted.

Haha yeah, my rmb updated and I clicked the wrong quotation marks. Sorry!

Truthfully it's not a big deal, from an In Character standpoint every nation is welcome to bring up the idea of retaining individual currencies. It's not a huge deal. The UK while still a member of the European Union opted to keep the British Pound.

The Socialist Republic of Elwana
Yes, now check Yevraziya. His exchange with the ruble is at 1.8 to your 1.7

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