Veridia

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Veridian Republic
Vijrtižénvípelíno
Flag Coat of Arms
Motto: We know no horizon
Ňul Asneorijidzavé Figetihól
Capital
and
Panemi
Official languages Veridian
Recognised regional languages Rosian
Demonym Veridian
Government Unitary Presidential Republic
 -  President Sjergí Dzónet
 -  Prime Minster Hélína Púlajn
Legislature Parliament
 -  Upper house House of Lords
 -  Lower house House of Commons
Area
 -  586,026.03 km2
226,266 sq mi
Population
 -  2014 census 74,865,000
 -  Density 127.8/km2
331/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2014 estimate
 -  Total $2.74 trillion
 -  Per capita $36,601
GDP (nominal) 2014 estimate
 -  Total $2.122 trillion ($28,338)
 -  Per capita $28,338
Gini (2014)31
medium
HDI (2014)0.891
very high
Currency Veridian Verti, Ekuo (VVT)
Time zone SCT (SCT+2)
Date format dd-mm-yyyy
Drives on the left
Calling code +50
Internet TLD .vr

Veridia (Veridian: Vijrta [ˈvɪjr.ta]), officially the Veridian Republic, is a country located in Ekuosia. It shares land borders with Rosland and Utol to the west, and Azerin to the south. While most of Veridia is located on a peninsula that reaches into the Parshita Sea, it owns an exclave (colloquially known as West Veridia) which, despite being governed by Veridia, has its sovereignty over it contested by Rosland. The capital and largest city is Panemi.

The origins of the modern Veridian identity can be traced back to the collapse of East Letsatia and beginning of the Four Kingdoms period, which were all conquered by Terminia. Following the ensuing independence struggle, Veridia emerged as a singular political entity under a new dynasty, which embarked upon a violent campaign of cultural unification. Following the end of the monarchy, Veridia entered a period of political uncertainty and economic and social turmoil which led to the rise of a fascist dictatorship in 1940 under Ǧól Gíradz, whose newfound expansionist outlook lead to the start of the Great Ekuosian War. Following the assassination of Gíradz and the end of the war in 1951, Veridia transitioned to a democratic system which has survived to the present day.

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