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List of Oblasts

Oblast of Europe
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Motto(s): The Glory of Europe

Country: Derianloka
Established: February 2025
Capital and largest city: Paris; Rome
Administration: 1000 -/+ districts/cities
Government
Governor: Emmanuel Macron
Vice Governor: Mario Draghi
Legislature Europe Representative Council
Area: 2.618.084 km²

The Europe is the oblast of Derianloka which was established as a result of the division of the Britaniya territory. As a continent, its separation from Asia is more due to cultural differences.

Europe has a long cultural and economic history, starting with the Palaeolithic. Recent discoveries in Monte Poggiolo, Italy, of thousands of handcrafted rocks that have been carbon-dated as far back as 800,000 years, provide an important piece of evidence.

The origins of Western democratic and individualistic culture are often said to have originated in Ancient Greece, although several other influences, such as Christianity, also contributed to the spread of concepts such as eglitarianism, and the universality of law.

The Roman Empire divided the continent along the Rhine, and the Danube for several centuries. Following the decline of the Roman Empire, Europe experienced the rise of what is known as the Age of Migration. This period is known as the Dark Ages until the Renaissance. During this time, monastic communities were isolated in Ireland, and in some other places guarded, and carefully gathered, previously collected written knowledge. The Renaissance and the New Monarchy marked the beginning of a period of discovery, exploration, and improvement in scientific knowledge. In the 15th century Portugal opened its doors to discovery, which was followed by Spain. Then France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom joined in building a large colonial empire with vast territories in Africa, America, and Asia.

After a period of discovery, democratic concepts began to find their influence in Europe. Struggles for independence emerged, especially in France during the period known as the French Revolution. This caused great upheaval in Europe as these revolutionary ideas spread across the continent. The rise of democracy led to increased pressure in Europe in addition to the existing tensions due to competition in the New World. Of these, the most famous conflict was when Napoleon Bonaparte seized power, and formed the French Empire which fell shortly thereafter. After these events, Europe slowly stabilized, but remnants of the old period concepts have begun to crumble.

Oblast of Great German
Oblast of the United Emirate of Derianloka

Motto(s): God With Us

Country: Derianloka
Established: February 2025
Capital and largest city: Berlin
Administration: 4.317+ districts/cities
Government
Governor: Sanna Marin
Vice Governor: Olaf Scholz
Legislature: Great German Representative Council
Area: 2.007.338 km²

The Great German is the oblast of Derianloka which borders the Britaniya Oblast and the Dharmasya Country and has a very important economic position in Derianloka and the world. This oblast stands as a division of the Britaniya Oblast.

Although the modern German nation-state was only formed in 1871 after the Franco-Prussian War, political units in this region have long played an important position in the era of monarchy in Europe from the rule by the Roman Empire towards the modern era (AD) until the end of the Napoleonic Wars. The unification of Central Europe under Charles the Great (Charlemagne), leader of the Frankish Empire, in the 8th century led to the formation of a nearly 1000 year old confederate empire known as the Holy Roman Empire. This empire greatly colored feudal culture throughout Europe and became the center of the Reformation of the Christian church in the 16th century which gave birth to Protestantism.

Oblast of Persia
Oblast of the United Emirate of Derianloka

Motto(s): The Great Success of Persia

Country: Derianloka
Established:
• December 2024 (as state)
• February 2025 (as oblast)
Capital and largest city: Tehran
Administration: 1245 districts/cities
Government
Governor: Ali Khamenei
Vice Governor: Mostafa Khamenei
Legislature Persia Representative Council
Area: 1.648.195 km²

The Persia is the oblast of Derianloka which was founded as a result of the division of the state of Achaemenid in December 2024.

The Persia is home to one of the world's oldest civilizations, beginning with the formation of the Elamite kingdoms in the fourth millennium BC. It was first unified by the Medes, an ancient Iranian people, in the seventh century BC, and reached its territorial height in the sixth century BC, when Cyrus the Great founded the Achaemenid Persian Empire, which became one of the largest empires in history and has been described as the world's first effective superpower. The Achaemenid Empire fell to Alexander the Great in the fourth century BC and was subsequently divided into several Hellenistic states. An Iranian rebellion established the Parthian Empire in the third century BC, which was succeeded in the third century AD by the Sassanid Empire, a major world power for the next four centuries. Arab Muslims conquered the empire in the seventh century AD, which led to the Islamization of Iran. It subsequently became a major center of Islamic culture and learning, with its art, literature, philosophy, and architecture spreading across the Muslim world and beyond during the Islamic Golden Age. Over the next two centuries, a series of native Iranian Muslim dynasties emerged before the Seljuk Turks and the Mongols conquered the region. In the 15th century, the native Safavids re-established a unified Iranian state and national identity, and converted the country to Shia Islam. Under the reign of Nader Shah in the 18th century, Iran once again became a major world power, though by the 19th century, a series of conflicts with the Russian Empire led to significant territorial losses.

Oblast of Great Egypt
Oblast of the United Emirate of Derianloka

Motto(s): The Magnificent of World

Country: Derianloka
Established:
• December 2024 (as state; Egypt and Ethiopia)
• February 2025 (as oblast; Great Egypt)
Capital and largest city: Cairo
Administration: 899 -/+ districts/cities
Government
Governor: Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
Vice Governor: Moustafa Madbouly
Legislature: Great Egypt Representative Council
Area: 4.779.233 km²

The Great Egypt is the oblast of Derianloka which was founded as a result of the division of the state of North Africa in December 2024.

Great Egypt has one of the longest histories of any country, tracing its heritage along the Nile Delta back to the 6th–4th millennia BCE. Considered a cradle of civilisation, Ancient Egypt saw some of the earliest developments of writing, agriculture, urbanisation, organised religion and central government. Iconic monuments such as the Giza Necropolis and its Great Sphinx, as well the ruins of Memphis, Thebes, Karnak, and the Valley of the Kings, reflect this legacy and remain a significant focus of scientific and popular interest. Egypt's long and rich cultural heritage is an integral part of its national identity, which reflects its unique transcontinental location being simultaneously Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and North African.

Oblast of North Africa
Oblast of the United Emirate of Derianloka

Motto(s): The western part of Arab World

Country: Derianloka
Established:
• December 2023 (as state)
• February 2025 (as oblast)
Capital: Tunis
Administration: 1.016 -/+ cities/districts
Government
Governor: Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
Vice Governor: Mohamed al-Menfi
Legislature: North Africa Representative Council
Area: 5.025.742 km²

The North Africa is the oblast of Derianloka covering the peninsula of North Africa. There is no singularly accepted scope for the region, and it is sometimes defined as stretching from the Atlantic shores of Mauritania in the west, to Egypt's Suez Canal.

The countries of North Africa share a large amount of ethnic, cultural and linguistic identity with the Middle East.

Northwest Africa has been inhabited by Berbers since the beginning of recorded history, while the eastern part of North Africa has been home to the Egyptians. Between the A.D. 600s and 1000s, Arabs from the Middle East swept across the region in a wave of Muslim conquest. These peoples formed a single population in many areas, as Berbers and Egyptians merged into Arabic and Muslim culture. This process of Arabization and Islamization has defined the cultural landscape of North Africa ever since.

The Sahel or "African Transition Zone" has been affected by many formative epochs in North African history ranging from the Ancient Roman colonization, the subsequent Arab expansion, to the Ottoman occupation. As a result, many modern African nation-states that are included in the Sahel evidence cultural similarities and historical overlap with their North African neighbours.

Oblast of Turkiye
Oblast of the United Emirate of Derianloka

Motto(s): The Land of Usman Dynasty

Country: Derianloka
Established:
• December 2024 (as state)
• February 2025 (as oblast)
Capital and largest city: Ankara
Administration: 2.343 cities/districts
Government
Governor: Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Vice Governor: Fuat Oktay
Legislature: Turkiye Representative Council
Area: 978.650 km²

The Turkiye is the oblast of Derianloka in western asia which was founded as a result of the division of the state of Achaemenid in December 2024. It is bordered by Assyria to the south, Dharmasya and Britaniya to the north.

The ancient Anatolian peoples spoke the now-extinct Anatolian languages of the Indo-European language family, which were largely replaced by the Greek language during classical antiquity as well as during the Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods. The major Anatolian languages included Hittite, Luwian, and Lydian, while other, poorly attested local languages included Phrygian and Mysian. Hurro-Urartian languages were spoken in the southeastern kingdom of Mitanni, while Galatian, a Celtic language, was spoken in Galatia, central Anatolia.

The Turkification of Anatolia began under the rule of the Seljuk Empire in the late 11th century and it continued under the rule of the Ottoman Empire between the late 13th and the early 20th century and it has continued under the rule of today's Republic of Turkey and then state of Anatolia. However, various non-Turkic languages continue to be spoken by minorities in Anatolia today, including Kurdish, Neo-Aramaic, Armenian, Arabic, Laz, Georgian and Greek. Other ancient peoples in the region included Galatians, Hurrians, Assyrians, Hattians, Cimmerians, as well as Ionian, Dorian, and Aeolic Greeks.

Oblast of Arabia
Oblast of the United Emirate of Derianloka

Motto(s): Long Live

Country: Derianloka
Become a statehood:
• March 30, 2022 (as state)
• February 2025 (as oblast)
Capital and largest city: Jeddah
Administration: 1.077 +/- cities/districts
Government
Governor: Rashad Muhammad al-Alimi
Vice Governor: Maeen Abdulmalik Saeed
Legislature: Arabia Representative Council
Area: 3.307.500 km²

The Arabia is a oblast of Derianloka and a peninsula of Western Asia. The Arabian Peninsula formed as a result of the rifting of the Red Sea between 56 and 23 million years ago, and is bordered by the Red Sea to the west and southwest, the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman to the northeast, the Levant and Mesopotamia to the north and the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean to the southeast. The peninsula plays a critical geopolitical role in the Arab world and globally due to its vast reserves of oil and natural gas.

The Arabian Peninsula is located in the continent of Asia and is bounded by (clockwise) the Persian Gulf on the northeast, the Strait of Hormuz and the Gulf of Oman on the east, the Arabian Sea on the southeast, the Gulf of Aden, Guardafui Channel and Somali Sea on the south, the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait on the southwest and the Red Sea, which is located on the southwest and west.

On April 20, 2022 there was a big riot because of the no-dress policy implemented in the Hejaz peninsula region which is part of the Arabian state. So that on May 4, 2022 - May 31, 2022, the territory of the Hejaz peninsula was officially handed over to the Sovyanka Kesembilan.

Oblast of Assyria
Oblast of the United Emirate of Derianloka

Motto(s): Eufrat Land and New Hope

Country: Derianloka
Established:
• December 2023 (as state)
• February 2025 (as oblast)
Capital and largest city: Hussein Deciti
Administration: 1.129 cities/districts
Government
Governor: Bashar al-Assad
Vice Governor: Raghad Hussein
Legislature: Assyria Representative Council
Area: 751.383 km²

The Assyria is a oblast of Derianloka in western asia. It is bordered by Turkiye and Persia to the north and east, the Persian Gulf and Arabia to the southeast and southwest. The capital and largest city is Hussein Deciti. Assyria is home to diverse ethnic groups including Arabs, Kurds, Turkmens, Assyrians, Armenians, Yazidis, Sabian-Mandaeans, Persians and Shabakis with similarly diverse geography and wildlife.

During ancient times, lands that now constitute Iraq were known as Mesopotamia (“Land Between the Rivers”), a region whose extensive alluvial plains gave rise to some of the world's earliest civilizations and empires since the 6th millennium BC, including those of Akkad, Babylon, Assyria and Sumer, the earliest known civilisation. The "Cradle of Civilisation" is a common term for the area comprising modern Iraq and was the birthplace of many valuable inventions and discoveries, including writing system, mathematics, time, calendar, astrology and law code. It was here that mankind began first to read, write, create laws and live in cities under an organised government—notably Uruk.

In the 13th and 14th centuries, the term levante was used for Italian maritime commerce in the Eastern Mediterranean, including Greece, Anatolia, Syria-Palestine, and Egypt, that is, the lands east of Venice. Eventually the term was restricted to the Muslim countries of Syria-Palestine and Egypt. In 1581, England set up the Levant Company to monopolize commerce with the Ottoman Empire. The name Levant States was used to refer to the French mandate over Syria and Lebanon after World War I.

As a name for the contemporary region, several dictionaries consider Levant to be archaic today. Both the noun Levant and the adjective Levantine are now commonly used to describe the ancient and modern culture area formerly called Syro-Palestinian or Biblical: archaeologists now speak of the Levant and of Levantine archaeology; food scholars speak of Levantine cuisine; and the Latin Christians of the Levant continue to be called Levantine Christians.

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