Azfat and Azeria

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The United Republic of Azfat and Azeria
Tadurosko Azfattistan-E-Azeristan
Flag of Azfat and Azeria
Coat of arms of Azfat and Azeria
Coat of arms
Motto: "بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ" [In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious and the Most Merciful]
Anthem: "Blessed Land" and "Azeria, O our Fatherland!"
Territory claimed in Bangladesh
Territory claimed in Bangladesh
CapitalPaikpara, Tulisk
Largest cityPaikpara
Official languagesAzfatti, Ashtarki, English, Bengali
Demonym(s)Azfatti; Azerian
GovernmentSocialist Republican Government
• President
Zafar Abdullah Osmanu
• Vice President
Abdullah Areez Osmanu
LegislatureThe National Congress
The House of Statesmen
The House of Districtmen
Establishment2nd October 2021
• Total
1,003 km2 (387 sq mi)
• 2022 census
CurrencyAzfatti Riyals
Time zoneUTC+6, GMT+2, GMT+4

The United Republic of Azfat and Azeria (Azfatti: Zahriye Tadurosko Azfattistan-e-Azeristan; Ashtarki: Унитеы Республика Азфат е Азериа) is a self-proclaimed micronation that claims territories in Bangladesh, and the Caucasus. The nation was established on 2 October 2021, following a socialist revolution in the former Kingdom of Azfat. The previous monarchy under the Al-Zahiri Dynasty was overthrown, and the new Republic of Azfat was formed.

In 2022, the territorial conflict with Azeria came to an end, and Azeria and its territories were incorporated into Azfat. As a result, the nation was renamed into the United Republic of Azfat and Azeria.


The Kingdom of Azfat was established in 2019 by Mahmoud Al-Zahiri, who became the first monarch of Azfat. He ruled the country for a year until the October Revolution of Azfat in 2021, which led to the establishment of the Republic of Azfat The revolution was led by the military general Zafar Abdullah Osmanu and other Revolutionary Socialists.

Conflict with Azeria

Following the establishment of the Republic of Azfat on 2 October 2021, a new state declared independence from Azfat and the newly established Azerian People's Democratic Republic was born. This new Republic claimed the Azeri and Ashtarki majority areas consisting of the current Azfatti Provinces of South East Paikpara, South West Paikpara, Amtola and Notunnagar [also known as Behbedezetiya in Ashtarki]. Following this declaration, Azfatti government carried out a month long anti-insurgency and anti-terrorist military campaign which resulted in the defeat of the Ashtarki and Azeri Seperatist rebels and establishment of the Autonomous State of Azeria.

Current status

The United Republic of Azfat and Azeria was formed after the Treaty of Amtola was signed. The country now consists of two constituent parts: Azfat and Azeria. Azeria has its own laws and legislation and holds separate elections for a Chancellor. The current Chancellor of Azeria is Bortawisk Gervander. Following the end to the conflict, Azeria was granted autonomy and partial freedom over politics and economy after the Legislative Assembly voted unanimously in its favour.

National Symbols


The flag of Azfat and Azeria features a light aquamarine field with a white crescent and three white stars. The aquamarine represents the nation's bright skies, the crescent represents Islam, and the three stars represent the three territories of the nation in Caucasus, and Bangladesh. The flag was designed by President Zafat, who was inspired by the Ottoman Turkish flag.

National Anthem

The current national anthems of Azfat-Azeria are "Blessed Land" and "Azeria, O, Our Fatherland!"

Blessed Land

"Blessed Land" has been the anthem of Azfat since the socialist revolution of 2021. The lyrics are in English and the anthem is set to the instrumental version of the former South African anthem, "Die Stem Van Suid Afrika."

Azeria, O, Our Fatherland

"Azeria, O, Our Fatherland" is the current state anthem of the constituent state of Azeria, and is set to the tune of "Rise, O Voices of Rhodesia" instrumental with Azerian lyrics.

Anthem of the Autonomous State of Azeria-Ashtaraki
Anthem Lyrics in Azeri
Du'Lum Bashi De Karuha

La Faroshe, ba baroba

Tunner Buhner Tishchlak Bani

Zubhe zubhe Suntarani

Laha Maru kiya nehmat

Telun perash nahor ba

Kayo Ru Ha ma'ini Taka Minu


Ayuda rushe dozxch Azeria

mahoromo Tulangaan

Tioyo Miur Atul Batul

Kina penbaat kary maan

Former Anthem

The former anthem of Azeria was "Zartir lao," set to an instrumental tune.


The official languages of Azfat-Azeria are Azfatti, Ashtarki, English, and Bengali, with Azerbaijani, Georgian, Armenian, Estonian, Finnish, Chakma, and Russian being also spoken. Islam is the most prominent religion in the nation, followed by Christianity.


Azfatti culture is a unique blend of Caucasian, Turkic, Arab, and Bengali culture.


The Azfatti politics, up until 2020, was hugely dominated by the Monarchist Party called the Crown of Azfat Front [CAF]. Following the October revolution of Azfat, which resulted in the proclamation of the Socialist Republic, the main, and only Political party, has been the "People's and Labourer's Red Front" which was established as an underground political organisation in Pre-Republic days of Azfat, meant to overthrow the monarchy and establish a Republic. The PLRF has maintained a majority in both the House of Districtmen as well as the House of Statesmen in the National Legislative Assembly, maintaining a total of 90 seats out of the designated 95 seats.

The PLRF was founded by the Azfatti Revolutionary and Politician, Azmer Ruhaazhi, back in 2020. He, along with the current President Osmanu, formed the party back in 2020, and soon gained widespread support, mainly from revolutionist students who wanted to overthrow the government. Between January 2021 and September 2021, the PLRF organised massive protests, rallies, walkouts and strikes, demanding a revolution. Following a series of violent clashes and protests, the Monarchy was finally overthrown and the PLRF officially came into power following the proclamation of the Republic in October 2nd, 2021.

Human Rights Allegations

The PRLF has been accused of human rights violations by the country's main newspaper- Hurreyat-E-Azfatistan, which has accused the PRLF of targeting human rights groups, NGOs, and cracking down on political opponents and critics of the Government. The Government, has not denied these claims and have stated that as a Socialist state, the Azfatti Constitution gives the Government the sole right to deal with distress, spread of misinformation and instability with any methods required, which it has used as an excuse to crack down on and persecute political opponents and anti-government critics.

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