Federative Republic of Parstatka

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The Federative Republic of Parstatka was a micronation in Moscow, Russia. It was formed as a part of the Great Children's Revolution. Its motto is "For the children by the children". It has a complicated form of governing. Its main force of defense and offence is the Micronational Revolutionary Army of Parstatka. On 14 June 2019, it declared its independence.

Flag of Parstatka

The capital city of Parstatka is Eungjon-Kim Sente.


Parstatka was a nation for the Great Children's Revolution, a revolt organized by students against adults. It officially declared independence on 14 June 2019, which is now remembered as the independence day. The Parstatakan War of Independence started a few days later on 19 June 2019, which is remembered as Victory Day. On 23 June 2019, Parstatka claimed the unclaimed land of Bir Tawil, which is an autonomous republic as of 24 December 2019.


War of Independence

The Parstatkan War of Independence started in Chaika Complex, Moscow, Russia. It started when rebels attacked a bunch of their enemies. The Parstatkans fought hardcore mode but were then soon pushed back and trapped in their own balcony. That was followed by a counterattack in which Parstatka reclaimed its starter lands. After a truce for the entire summer, fighting broke out again in early September 2019. This time, the Parstatkans were unchallenged. They got a swift victory and now own all of Chaika. To this day there is a ceasefire much like the Korean War but it hopes to be resolved in early 2020.

Flag Referendum

The high counsellor of Parstatka announced that there will be a referendum to change flags in 2020.


On 20 June 2022, the FRP was dissolved by the High Counselor.

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