Union of Shomosvan

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Union of Shomosvan
. Yankuluş Şomosvan . (Balak)
Yankuluş Şomosvan

. Yankoş Jamaşdan . (Gushli)
Yankoş Jamaşdan


1952–2001
 

 

Coat of arms
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Capital Yercêsven (1952-1969)
Çindensven (1969-2001)
Languages Balak, Gushli, Koman, Rasha
Government Federal Kúúlist single-party state
President
 •  1952-1967 Beşev Şayadren (first)
 •  1992-2001 name nameson (last)
History
 •  Declaration of the Balak SHR 15th April 1952
 •  Union with the Gushli SHR 30th March 1955
 •  Annexation of Zinsha and Vogia TBD 1993
 •  Union dissolved 7th March 2001
Today part of  Balakia
 Gushlia
 Komania
 Zinsha-Vogia

The Union of Shomosvan (Balak: Yankuluş Şomosvan Yankuluş Şomosvan [ˈjɑn.kʊ.lʊʃ ˈʃɔ.mɔ.sᵝɑn]), also known unofficially as Balakia, was a Kúúlist nation located in the Vaniuan region of South Miraria. It existed between 1952 and 2001. The country was a one-party state, governed by the Kuulist Unity Party with Çindensven as its capital in its largest republic since 1969, X. Other major urban centres were the former capital Yercêsven, Seğâreyek, Şozasan, Zônamân, and X.

Extending across what is now Balakia and Gushlia, as well as Zinsha-Vogia between 1996 and 2001 and the disputed region of Bohazad (now in Komania), the Union of Shomosvan covered a wide range of environments and landforms.

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The Union of Shomosvan became a member of the International Clubball Federation in 1964, making its debut in the 1967 World Cup. The Shomosvan clubball team would later go on to win the 1982 World Cup hosted in Qonklaks, beating Karduv 6-4 after extra time. This victory was passed onto Balakia following the collapse of the Union; this decision has been disputed by the Royal Gushli Clubball Federation due to major contributions from Gushli players, including the winning goals, and has been a source of controversy and tension.

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