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Republic of Krajina
Ripublika KrayinaRK
Republika KrajinaBS

3rd March 1991

Present
Flag Coat of arms
Motto
Biz žrtvovanya, nima pobyidi.

"No sacrifice, no victory.."

Anthem
Pobunyeniči
Capital Mostar
Largest city Zagreb
Official languages Krajian, Bosnian,Turkish
Recognised regional languages Croatian, Serbian, Slovenian, Italian
Ethnic groups
  • 99% Krajian
  • 1% Others
Demonym Krajian
Religion
  • 48,4% Catholic Christian
  • 31% Sunni Islamic
  • 13,2% Orthodox
  • 7% Irreligious/Unknown
  • %0,4 Others
Government Unitary parliamentary constitutional republic
President Josif Velimir
Prime Minister Ahmed Halitović
History
 -  Banate of Krajina 1157
 -  Kingdom of Bosnia & Krajina 1377
 -  Starting of the Ottoman rule 1463
 -  Congress of Berlin 13/07/1878
 -  Federal Republic of Krajocroatia 1918
 -  Kingdom of Yugoslavia 1918-1941
 -  Independent State of Krajina 1941-1945
 -  Socialist rule 1945-1991
 -  Establishment of the Republic 03/03/1991
 -  Current constitution 01/01/2007
Area 93,445 km² (36,079 sq mi)
Population
 -  2017 8,501,940 
     Density 91/km²  (235.6/sq mi)
GDP (PPP) 2017
 -  Total 267,8 billion $
 -  Per capita 48754 $
HDI (2017) Increase increased
0.974
very high
Currency BMO kuruş (BMK, ᶀ)
Time zone UTC +1
 -  Summer (DST) UTC +2
Date format dd.mm.yyyy
Drives on the right
Calling code +387
ISO 3166 code RK (Republika Krayina)
Internet TLD .rk
BMO flag.png This nation is a member of BMO


Macedonia.svg This nation is a member of ILSO


Flag of Union.png This nation is a member of EagleVerse


Republic of Krajina, or just Krajina (/krajina/); Bosnian: Krajina /krajina/ , in Krajian, Ripublika Krayina) is an independent sovereign state located in Southern Europe.

Its capital city is Mostar and its official languages are Krajian and Bosnian which are used by most of the population as the first language, but some people who aren't Krajian-descended speaks recognised languages, eg. Slovenian and Croatian.

Krajina shares borders with Hungary and Austria to the north, Soriana and Dalmatia to the west, Montenegro to the south and Serbia to the east.

Etymology

Krajina's name comes from a river in Krajina.Also in Slovenian it means landscape.

Krajina in other languages

Croatian: Kraniajeni

German: Krainien

Turkish: Kırayina

French: Craina

Azeri: Kırayina

Lithuaninan:Krajina

Parbounlinese: Kraina, Republia Krainee

Karonian: Krayina

Russia:Краина (Kraina)

History

Banate of Krajina

The first known Krajian state is the Banate of Krajina, established by the first ban of the state, Roman the Strong.

Kingdom of Bosnia & Krajina

When the Banate of Bosnia invaded Krajina, Krajian people revolted immediately. Rebels captured the capital, Visoko and finally, the ban accepted to make Bosnia a federal kingdom.

Bosnian conquest of Mehmed II

Mehmed II the Conqueror of Constantinople captured the Bosnian capital in 1463 and the era of Ottomans in Krajina has started which will end formally in 1908.

Congress of Berlin

In Congress of Berlin, western states decided to cede Krajina and Bosnia to Austro-Hungary in 1878.

Unification era

Krajina became a part of Serbia in Yugoslavia until the socialist state. In 1946, Krajina became the smallest republic in Yugoslavia in the name of "Socialist Republic of Krajina-Sarajevo" with the capital of Sarajevo. Then in 1951, Krajina-Sarajevo was ceded to Bosnia but in 1953, Krajina was refounded in Herzegovina in the name of the Herzegakrajan Socialist Republic with the capital of Mostar. In 1957, Croatian Dalmatia and in 1965 Montenegrin SR was ceded to Herzegakrajan. In 1969, the name of Herzegakrajan was changed to Krajina. In 1975, Dalmatia became the SR of Dalmatia and In 1978, it was given to Croatia again. In 1983, Montenegro became the SR of Montenegro again and Krajina and Bosnia were united as the Federal Socialist Republic of Krajina-Bosnia. In 1984, the name was changed again into Krajina and in 1987, Krajina got their current borders, making the Dalmatian SR again a republic. In 1991, Krajina got independence from Yugoslavia, like one of the first republics getting independence from Yugoslavia.

Ottoman Emperor Term

At that time, a part of the territory of Yugoslavia was known as Serbia. The territory of the country was a feudal lord of the Ottoman Turks with the First Battle of Kosovo in 1389. Many Slavic peoples and non-Slavic peoples in the region have begun to live within the borders of the Ottoman Empire since the 14th century. II. The loss of the Kosovo battle led to a definite end to the resistance to the Ottoman Empire in the Balkans. The region, this war in the late 17th century II. It was a relatively calm and peaceful period compared to the other periods until the siege of Vienna. It is important for the Ottoman rulers of that period to receive only a few taxes from the region and not to interfere with the lifestyle that people can express as tradition, custom, belief and worship. The lands where Yugoslavia is located have remained in the Ottoman administration for many years. During the years when the Ottoman Empire began to weaken, there were various rebellions in the Balkans. The rebellions that took place in the Balkan lands led to the process of the state becoming weaker from day to day and eventually to fragmentation. The French Revolution, which took place in 1789, is a place of equality, justice, freedom, independence and constitutionalism in Europe. led to the emergence of many new thinkers. These emerging new ideas spread quickly in the Balkans as well as in the whole world.

Initially started as a reaction to injustice, the direction of the militia was changed to independence by Black Yorgi on the succession of the Ottoman forces in the Serbian forces Ivankovac Battle, Mishar Battle and Battle of Deligrad. The coincidence of the Ottoman-Russian War of 1806-1812 precisely caused this rebellion to be under control. However, the Ottomans again entered Serbia in 1809 with a force of some 20,000 people, and

for the first time since the beginning of the rebellion, the Serbian army was seriously defeated in the Battle of the Cegar. However, Kara Yorgi continued his rebellion with the support of the Russians until 1812 at intervals. In the 1812 Treaty of Bucharest, the rights of Serbia were granted under the pressure of the Russians. However, the Black Army, which is not satisfied with these rights and aims for full independence as we have explained above, has revived. At the same time, the Ottoman Empire, which also benefited from Napoleon's launch of the Russian Expedition, sent an army over the Serbs who were hopeless to receive help from the Russians. Kara Yorgi, unable to stand against the Ottoman forces, had to defeat and flee to Austria. Then Milos Obrenovic took the leadership of the rebellion in 1815, three years later. The Ottoman Empire, who hesitated from Russia's intervention in the case of interfering with this uprising, went to the deal with Milos. He recognized him as the prince of the Serbs and gave Serbia partial autonomy.

In the 19th century Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina regions emerged from the Ottoman borders. With the Berlin Treaty of 1878, Serbia became an independent kingdom. Thus, the 500-year Ottoman administration ended in some parts of the country and continued in some parts (Kosovo, Macedonia, Sanjak) until 1912-13.

Map of Yugoslavia

First Yugoslavia Term

Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1929-1941)

The Kingdom of Yugoslavia is the first state established in the name of Yugoslavia. This kingdom was known as "Serbian, Croatian and Slovenian kingdom" before 3 October 1929. The Serbian, Croatian and Slovenian kingdoms were established on 1 December 1918 by the union of the Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian States with the Kingdom of Serbia (13 July 1918 added to the Montenegrin Kingdom) and on 13 July 1922 at the Ambassadors' has been recognized. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia was occupied by the Axis Powers in 1941 and was established as a political structure between 1943 and 1945.

An important frontier of the First World War was the steps the South Slavs took towards political unity. At the beginning of the war, the Yugoslav Committee of Serb, Croatian and Slovenian politicians and intellectuals established in London for this purpose came to be the vernacular of circles advocating a new, unified state. This was the first time that the Yugoslav Committee and the Declaration of Corfu, signed by the Serbian government representatives in July 1917, had a concrete form. The paper essentially foresaw the establishment of a constitutional monarchy based on democratic principles, in which different national and religious communities would take equal rights. This development has also strengthened the struggle for independence between Croats and Slovenes under Habsburg (Austria). The Yugoslav National Council, which was organized the same year, openly defended the Union of Southern Slavs. Such political studies and developments have resulted in the formation of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

Second Yugoslavia Term

The political structure that appears in history as the second state with the name of Yugoslavia is the Democratic Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. This state structure, II. It was declared in 1943 by the Partisans of Yugoslavia, who carried out resistance during World War II, as Democratic Federal Yugoslavia. The name of the country was changed in 1946 to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia [6] and eventually in 1963 as the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia [7].

II. The Partisans, who chose to retreat to Bosnia in the course of World War II following a Labor war against the Labor Brigades, based on the northwest of Bosnia after the operation of Italian, German, Ustasha and Chetnik troops in March 1942. Josip Broz Tito's November 1942 gathering of the Yugoslavia Antifascist National Liberation Council (AVNOJ) provided a political program to unite all the Yugoslav peoples of the resistance campaign.

In the winter of 1942-1943, the Nazi administration, which wanted to strangle the Partisan movement in Yugoslavia before the Allies took off to the Balkans, carried out a new campaign aimed at mass exclusion. First of all, the Partizan forces, securing their positions by eliminating the Chetniks, are then passed to the Durmitor region of Montenegro, breaking the German encirclement. In May 1943 the second German siege operation against this area was also wasted. Partisan forces succeeded in reaching the middle part of Bosnia after a violent collision with superior German troops, passing steep gateways. This victory, regarded as a turning point in Yugoslavia's struggle for independence, also provided political and military support for the Allies to the Partisan movement. After Italy surrendered to the Allies, the large coastline that entered the Partisans' control came to be an important gate for receiving weapons and military equipment. Meanwhile, in November 1943, in its second meeting, AVNOJ announced that it had formed a provisional government. Partisans, who survived the latest German attack on Tito's headquarters in May 1944, began to push the occupation forces back to Serbia in the following months.

In the November 1945 elections, following the great victory of the People's Front led by the Communists, it was declared that the Democratic Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was founded on 2 December 1945, so that the ongoing monarchy was officially over. the new constitution envisaging the republican structure was put into effect.

Third Yugoslavia Term

During the disintegration of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, only two republics (Serbia and Montenegro) agreed to pursue the state of "Yugoslavia". The autonomous regions within Serbia are also in Kosovo and Vojvodina, and therefore in this new federation. Thus, in 1992, these two republics in the socialist federation formed the state structure of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The remaining republics continued their lives as independent states. Bosnia-Herzegovina was devastated under the great battlefield of the new Yugoslavia. As regards the collapse of communist state administrations in Eastern Europe, the new state has also accepted the process of democratic change. Accordingly, the red star symbol was removed from the flag, and the new flag was presented without a star. In addition, the former communist icon and the woven state armour have been replaced by a new double-headed eagle-based armour. In addition, the new state has adopted the elected single president system instead of the collective presidential system of the Yugoslav SFC. The new Yugoslav state established after the disintegration of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia has a more centralized administrative structure. The new state administration under the control of the Serbs from Belgrade has formed a troubled new union with the Kosovo region, which failed to achieve its independence during the dissolution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. From the establishment of the country in 1992 until the last period, Kosovo has been a reaction zone to the practices of the Serbian administration.

World War II

At 5:12 AM on 6 April 1941, German, Italian and Hungarian forces invaded Yugoslavia. The German Air Force (Luftwaffe) bombed Belgrade and other major Yugoslav cities. On 17 April, representatives of Yugoslavia's various regions signed an armistice with Germany in Belgrade, ending eleven days of resistance against the invading German forces. More than 300,000 Yugoslav officers and soldiers were taken as prisoner.

The Axis Powers occupied Yugoslavia and split it up. The Independent State of Croatia was established as a Nazi satellite state, ruled by the fascist militia known as the Ustaše that came into existence in 1929 but was relatively limited in its activities until 1941. German troops occupied Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as part of Serbia and Slovenia, while other parts of the country were occupied by Bulgaria, Hungary, and Italy. From 1941–45, the Croatian Ustaše regime murdered around 500,000 people, 250,000 were expelled, and another 200,000 were forced to convert to Catholicism.

From the start, the Yugoslav resistance forces consisted of two factions: the communist-led Yugoslav Partisans and the royalist Chetniks, with the former receiving Allied recognition only at the Tehran conference (1943). The heavily pro-Serbian Chetniks were led by Draža Mihajlović, while the pan-Yugoslav oriented Partisans were led by Josip Broz Tito.

The Partisans initiated a guerrilla campaign that developed into the largest resistance army in occupied Western and Central Europe. The Chetniks were initially supported by the exiled royal government and the Allies, but they soon focused increasingly on combating the Partisans rather than the occupying Axis forces. By the end of the war, the Chetnik movement transformed into a collaborationist Serb nationalist militia completely dependent on Axis supplies. The highly mobile Partisans, however, carried on their guerrilla warfare with great success. Most notable of the victories against the occupying forces were the battles of Neretva and Sutjeska.


On 25 November 1942, the Anti-Fascist Council of National Liberation of Yugoslavia was convened in Bihać, modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina. The council reconvened on 29 November 1943, in Jajce, also in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and established the basis for the post-war organisation of the country, establishing a federation (this date was celebrated as Republic Day after the war).

The Yugoslav Partisans were able to expel the Axis from Serbia in 1944 and the rest of Yugoslavia in 1945. The Red Army provided limited assistance with the liberation of Belgrade and withdrew after the war was over. In May 1945, the Partisans met with Allied forces outside former Yugoslav borders, after also taking over Trieste and parts of the southern Austrian provinces of Styria and Carinthia. However, the Partisans withdrew from Trieste in June of the same year under heavy pressure from Stalin, who did not want a confrontation with the other Allies.

Western attempts to reunite the Partisans, who denied the supremacy of the old government of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and the émigrés loyal to the king led to the Tito-Šubašić Agreement in June 1944; however, Marshal Josip Broz Tito was in control and was determined to lead an independent communist state, starting as a prime minister. He had the support of Moscow and London and led by far the strongest partisan force with 800,000 men. The official Yugoslav post-war estimate of victims in Yugoslavia during World War II is 1,704,000. Subsequent data gathering in the 1980s by historians Vladimir Žerjavić and Bogoljub Kočović showed that the actual number of dead was about 1 million.

Departure from Yugoslavia

Many yugoslavian countries were unable to share the acquired territories and problems in the country emerged and the current of nationalism was revitalized and the countries emerged from the yugoslav state by declaring their

independence. The yugoslav army and the government, which were weak on the territory, could not control the country and yugoslavia divided into many independent countries and collapsed. Krajina, Sorania, Albania, serbia, Croatia and Macedonia continue to shine.

Cold War

During the Cold War, most of the countries in the Balkans were ruled by Soviet-supported communist governments. The nationalism was not dead after World War II. Yugoslavia was not an isolated case of ethnic tension. For example: in Bulgaria, beginning in 1984, the Communist government led by Todor Zhivkov began implementing a policy of forced assimilation of the ethnic Turkish minority. Ethnic Turks were required to change their names to Bulgarian equivalents, or to leave the country. In 1989, a Turkish dissident movement was formed to resist these assimilationist measures. The Bulgarian government responded with violence and mass expulsions of the activists. In this repressive environment, over 300,000 ethnic Turks fled to neighboring Turkey.[36] However, despite being under communist governments, Yugoslavia (1948) and Albania (1961) fell out with the Soviet Union. After World War 2, communist plans of merging Albania and Bulgaria into Yugoslavia were created, but later nullified when Albania broke all relations with Yugoslavia, due to Tito breaking from the USSR. Marshal Josip Broz Tito (1892–1980), later rejected the idea of merging with Bulgaria, and instead sought closer relations with the West, later even creating the Non-Aligned Movement, which brought them closer ties with third world countries. Albania on the other hand gravitated toward Communist China, later adopting an isolationist position. The only non-communist countries were Greece and Turkey, which were (and still are) part of NATO.

Religious persecutions took place in Bulgaria, directed against the Christian Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant churches as well as the Muslim, Jewish and others in the country.[citation needed] Antagonism between the communist state and the Bulgarian Orthodox Church eased somewhat after Todor Zhivkov became Bulgarian Communist Party leader in 1956. Zhivkov even used the Bulgarian Orthodox Church for the purposes of his policies.

Settelements

Cities

Administrative Divisions

Krajina is divided into 5 regions and 56 provinces.

Regions

Krajina is divided into 5 regions.

REGİON Map
Mostar 6
Zagreb 3
Belgrad 4
Zadar 2
Travnik 1
Gorazde 7
Neum 8
Zenica 5
Bihac 6

Geography

The country is involved in south western Balkans.

Krajina is located in the western Balkans, bordering Croatia (932 km or 579 mi) to the north and west, Serbia (302 km or 188 mi) to the east, and Montenegro (225 km or 140 mi) to the southeast. It has a coastline about 20 kilometres (12 miles) long surrounding the city of Neum. It lies between latitudes 42° and 46° N, and longitudes 15° and 20° E.Krajina is located in the western Balkans, bordering Croatia (932 km or 579 mi) to the north and west, Serbia (302 km or 188 mi) to the east, and Montenegro (225 km or 140 mi) to the southeast. It has a coastline about 20 kilometres (12 miles) long surrounding the city of Neum. It lies between latitudes 42° and 46° N, and longitudes 15° and 20° E.

Located at the crossroads between Central and Southern Europe, Krajina is found in the Balkan peninsula and the Pannonian Plain. Krajina lies between latitudes 41° and 47° N, and longitudes 18° and 23° E. The country covers a total of 88,361 km2 (including Kosovo), which places it at 113th place in the world; with Kosovo excluded, the total area is 77,474 km2,which would make it 117th. Its total border length amounts to 2,027 km (Albania 115 km, Bosnia and Herzegovina 302 km, Bulgaria 318 km, Croatia 241 km, Hungary 151 km, Macedonia 221 km, Montenegro 203 km and Romania 476 km). All of Kosovo's border with Albania (115 km), Macedonia (159 km) Montenegro (79 km) and Sorania(86 km) are under control of the Kosovo border police. Serbia treats the 352 km long border between Kosovo and rest of Serbia as an "administrative line"; it is under shared control of Kosovo border police and Serbian police forces, and there are 11 crossing points.

The Pannonian Plain covers the northern third of the country (Vojvodina and Mačva.) while the easternmost tip of Serbia extends into the Wallachian Plain. The terrain of the central part of the country, with the region of Šumadija at its heart, consists chiefly of hills traversed by rivers. Mountains dominate the southern third of Serbia. Dinaric Alps stretch in the west and the southwest, following the flow of the rivers Drina and Ibar. The Carpathian Mountains and Balkan Mountains stretch in a north–south direction in eastern Serbia.

Ancient mountains in the southeast corner of the country belong to the Rilo-Rhodope Mountain system. Elevation ranges from the Midžor peak of the Balkan Mountains at 2,169 metres (7,116 feet) (the highest peak in Serbia, excluding Kosovo) to the lowest point of just 17 metres (56 feet) near the Danube river at Prahovo. The largest lake is Đerdap Lake (163 square kilometres or 63 square miles) and the longest river passing through Serbia is the Danube (587.35 kilometres or 364.96 miles).

Population

Big cities are Zagreb, Sarajevo and Ljubljana. Total population is 8,5 million people.

Politics

Foreign Relations 

Mapperdonian Relations

Allies

  • Flag of Soriana.svg Republic of Soriana - since 30/04/2018, Treaty of Trieste (Trade, Military, Scientific, Politic & Economic)
  • Flag of Kipchakstan.svg Kingdom of Kipchakstan - since 30/04/2018, Treaty of Belgium(Trade, Military, Scientific, Politic & Economic)
  • Flag of Guarania.svg Republic of Guarania - since 30/05/2018, Treaty of Belgium (Trade, Military, Scientific, Politic & Economic)
  • Flag of Douronia.svg Republic of Douronia - since 30/05/2018, Treaty of Belgium (Trade, Military, Scientific, Politic & Economic)
  • Usa.svg Kingdom of Ottawa - since 30/05/2018, Treaty of Belgium (Trade, Military, Scientific, Politic & Economic)

Election (May 2018)

Parties Percentage of Votes Ideology Assigned Seats Logo
Democratic People's Party 47,8 Socialism,Right supporter
105 / 220
Democratic Worker Party 22,2 Democratic,Nationalist
52 / 220
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Krajina Nationalist Party 13,6 Nationalism
31 / 220
Krajina Development Party 8,5 Fascism, Communism
27 / 220
Homeland Party 6,9 Anarchism
22 / 220

Democratic Worker Party made a deal with Democratic People's Party and they were be ally.And Democratic People's Party selected.

Management Style

At the beginning of the political structure of the country is the Presidential Council. This council, with representatives of all three nations, has a referendum for a period of four years, and the Presidential office is changing for a period of six months.Besides the President, the Council of Ministers, which serves under Parliament, is another important institution. As the ministers of the Council of Ministers are composed of the Prime Minister and the nine ministers, they have two deputies from other nations. In addition to these institutions there are the Representatives Assembly and the Bosnia-Herzegovina Parliament composed of the Bosnian-Herzegovina People's Assembly.

Culture:

Cuisine

Krajian cuisine is Bosnian pasty and proshuta.Bosnian pasty make with mince and paste.Proshuta is meat.Most of Krajian like it because it doesn't contain any spice.

Bosnian cuisine uses many spices, in moderate quantities. Most dishes are light, as they are cooked in lots of water; the sauces are fully natural, consisting of little more than the natural juices of the vegetables in the dish. Typical ingredients include tomatoes, potatoes, onions, garlic, peppers, cucumbers, carrots, cabbage, mushrooms, spinach, zucchini, dried beans, fresh beans, plums, milk, paprika and cream called Pavlaka. Bosnian cuisine is balanced between Western and Eastern influences. As a result of the Ottoman administration for almost 500 years, Bosnian food is closely related to Turkish, Greek, and other former Ottoman and Mediterranean cuisines. However, because of years of Austrian rule, there are many influences from Central Europe. Typical meat dishes include

primarily beef and lamb. Some local specialties are ćevapi, burek, dolma, sarma, pilav, goulash, ajvar and a whole range of Eastern sweets. Ćevapi is a grilled dish of minced meat, a type of kebab, popular in former Yugoslavia and considered a national dish in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. Local wines come from Herzegovina where the climate is suitable for growing grapes. Herzegovinian loza (similar to Italian Grappa but less sweet) is very popular. Plum (rakija) or apple (jabukovača) alcohol beverages are produced in the north. In the south, distilleries used to produce vast quantities of brandy and supply all of ex-Yugoslav alcohol factories (brandy is the base of most alcoholic drinks).Also there are a lot of visk.

Sport:

Most of Krajian people play tepua and javelin.Tepua is similar like football.Javelin is similar like polo.Now most of Krajian children play football.

Football:

Cradle Stone has got 10 championship.Lantern Garden has got 6 championship.And Bostar has got 1 championship.Krajina Premier League set up in 2000.

Transportation

Most of transpotain systems are free.

Air Transportation

Krajina's air transportation is Krajina airways.

UBER

UBER is most useful transportation in Krajina.Also it is fast,safe and cheaper than other transportation system.

UBER Stations of Krajina
Sequence Name of the Station City Province Region Map
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Hyperloops

Government built seven road for Hyperloop.In this country,Hyperloop made by Elon Musk.

Krajina's Service to Public

Education

Education in Krajina has a long history. At the time when Germany surrounded Yugoslavia, the Yugoslavian people adopted German education and ordination. As a result, the same German discipline and education started to be given in Krajina. The school lasts 4 years and remains in kindergarten until 12 years old. Mathematics, Cranes, Turkish and Life Science courses are given. 9 years after primary school, 4 years and 8 years, the university is being read. Even if the successful children are very successful, they become respectful, organized, disciplined and fit to the rules. children become disciplined and respectful of the mainstream of education they have had since their childhood.

Health Service

Krajina's health service is free for all public.Also Krajina hasn't got any fatal disease.But in every street there are two hospital.Krajina has got total in 4.963 hospital.

Religion

  • 48,4% Catholic Christian
  • 31% Sunni Islamic
  • 13,2% Orthodox
  • 7% Irreligious/Unknown
  • %0,4 Others

In Krajina there is a tolerance policy.In the street there are There are mosques, churches, synagogues and cem houses.Most of people are Christian.

Catholic Christians selected this religion becuse while WWII was countineuning,Germans assimilated the public.Later Ottoman Emp. did aid to Yugoslavia's public and most of public selected Islam.

Climate

Krajian has got a cold and hard climate.Most of farmer grow up hard plants. The Bosnia and Herzegovina summers have a hot, cold winters. The Mediterranean climate dominates the 20 km coastline. The climate in the Dinar Alps is harder.

Economy

BMO kuruş (BMK, ᶀ) is used in the country.Government have invested to factory,education and software.

GDP total is 267,8 billion $ and GDP per capita is 48.754 $.Most of people can find quickly job.So unemployment level is so low.

Krajina has a social market economy with a highly skilled factory and trade, a large capital stock, a low level of corruption, and a high level of innovation. It is the world's 16th largest exporter of goods, and has the largest national economy in Europe which is also the world's 7th largest by nominal GDP and the third one by PPP.

İMF

Accroding to İMF,Krajina will be 4th economy country in the future.Also Krajina hasn't got any debts.Most of Europeans car companies have been opened in Krajina.Unemployement rate is very low in this country.With the help of Government, in the field of science and technology are very evolved.

İdeas and Rights

Human Rights

In 1984, he signed the universal declaration of human rights. In addition, in 2000, he signed the Declaration of the European People's People. Human rights are very important. and thanks to the socialist state that the new

government had succeeded, it was regarded as a free country by being partly freed from being valued by the American freedom house. After the elections, it was elected to the European Union.

İdeas

Most of majorities support peace. Also there are hippie idea.Soscialist idea have supported by most of majorities

Biodiversity

It is possible to count coal, iron ore, bauxite, copper, lead, zinc, chromite, cobalt, manganese, nickel, clay, gypsum, salt, sand, forests and streams as natural resources of Bosnia and Herzegovina.With regard to the environment, we can say that the metallurgical facilities cause air pollution, city wastes can not be effectively destroyed. Although Bosnia and Herzegovina has signed international agreements on issues such as air pollution, biological diversity, climate change-Kyoto Protocol, desertification, hazardous wastes, maritime law, protection of marine life, protection of ozone layer and wet areas, these agreements have not yet been ratified.Biodiversity is powerful structured.Also Krajina's famous animal is fox.

Agriculture and Animal Husbandry

Farm animals are starting to increase the number of fighting. It is possible to mention about 83,000 tons (live weight), 530 million liters of milk production per year from total animal production. It is suitable for small and large-scale fish farms of the country. Strongly cultivated trout and carp breeding. Bosnia and Herzegovina is of great importance for exposure to chemical crops and medicines of agricultural land. The suitability of climate conditions, educated and experienced work force are attractive elements. In case of insufficient financial resources, modernization related to the integration of existing enterprises is possible.

Electricity

Electricity generation is of great importance in terms of meeting domestic demand and also exporting. Sava, Bosnia,

Neretva, Una, Vrbas, Drina are the largest rivers in the country. These rivers have a theoretical hydroelectric potential of 8000 MW. The technical hydroelectric potential is 6800 MW, the economic potential is 5600 MW and the installed capacity is 2052 MW. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country with significant advantages in electricity generation due to natural water resources. With the investments to be made in this area, it is possible to double the current

capacity.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is rich in geothermal resources as well as hydroelectric power generation potential. Currently, 52% of the electricity generated is from rivers and 48% from geothermal sources. Nuclear energy is produced in the newly produced fusion reactor and exported from abroad. and $ 4.8 billion a year

Chemical Industry

Some of the famous chemist's nation is Krajina.So chemists who borned in Krajina.Every year Europe Scieance Fair

have did in there.The share of chemical industry in Krajina's industrial and mining production is around 61.5%. The chemical industry consists of inorganic raw materials such as salt, phosphate, ammonia and lime. The chemical industry is one of the leading export items in foreign trade of Krajina and the most inorganic chemicals, medicines and medicinal products are exported.

Military and Defance

The Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina were unified into a single entity in 2005, with the merger of the Army of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Army of Republika Srpska, which had defended their respective regions. The Ministry of Defense was founded in 2004.

The Bosnian military consists of the Bosnian Ground Forces and Air Force and Air Defense. The Ground Forces number 14,725 active and 7,000 reserve personnel. They are armed with a mix of American, Yugoslavian, Soviet, and European-made weaponry, vehicles, and military equipment. The Air Force and Air Defense Forces have 3,000 personnel and about 62 aircraft. The Air Defense Forces operate MANPAD hand-held missiles, surface-to-air missile (SAM) batteries, anti-aircraft cannons, and radar. The Army has recently adopted remodeled MARPAT uniforms, used by Bosnian soldiers serving with ISAF in Afghanistan. A domestic production program is now underway to ensure that army units are equipped with the correct ammunition.

Beginning in 2007, the Ministry of Defence of Bosnia and Herzegovina undertook the army's first ever international assistance mission, enlisting the military to serve with ISAF peace missions to Afghanistan, Iraq and the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2007. Five officers, acting as officers/advisors, served in the Democratic Republic of Congo. 45 soldiers, mostly acting as base security and medical assistants, served in Afghanistan. 85 Bosnian soldiers served as base security in Iraq, occasionally conducting infantry patrols there as well. All three deployed groups have been commended by their respective international forces as well as

the Ministry of Defence of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The international assistance operations are still ongoing. The Air Force and Anti-Aircraft Defence Brigade of Bosnia and Herzegovina was formed when elements of the Army of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republika Srpska Air Force were merged in 2006. The Air Force has seen improvements in the last few years with added funds for aircraft repairs and improved

cooperation with the Ground Forces as well as to the citizens of the country. The Ministry of Defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina is currently pursuing the acquisition of new aircraft including helicopters and perhaps even fighter jets.Also there is a secret army named SFE.Also police is patroling everywhere so every streeet is safe.

Tourism

According to projections by the World Tourism Organization, Krajina will have the third highest tourism growth rate in the world between 1995 and 2020.

In 2012, 747,827 tourists visited Krajina, an increase of 9%, and had 1,645,521 overnight hotel stays, a 9.4% increase from the previous year. 58.6% of the tourists came from foreign countries.

In 2006, when ranking the best cities in the world, Lonely Planet placed Sarajevo, the national capital[1] and host of the 1984 Winter Olympic Games, as #43, ahead of Dubrovnik at #59, Ljubljana at #84, Bled at #90, Belgrade at #113, and Zagreb at #135. Tourism in Sarajevo is chiefly focused on historical, religious, and cultural aspects. In 2010, Lonely Planet's "Best In Travel" nominated it as one of the top ten cities to visit that year. Sarajevo also won travel blog Foxnomad's "Best City to Visit" competition in 2012, beating more than one hundred othercities around the entire world. 

Međugorje has become one of the most popular pilgrimage sites for Christians in the world and has turned into Europe's third most important religious place, where each year more than 1 million people visit.It has been estimated that 30 million pilgrims have come to Međugorje since the reputed apparitions began in 1981.

Krajina has also become an increasingly popular skiing and Ecotourism destination. Krajina remains one of the last undiscovered natural regions of the southern area of the Alps, with vast tracts of wild and untouched nature attracting adventurers and nature lovers. National Geographic magazine named Krajina as the best mountain biking adventure destination for 2012. The central Krajian Dinaric Alps are favored by hikers and mountaineers, containing both Mediterranean and Alpine climates. Whitewater rafting is somewhat of a national pastime, with three rivers, including the deepest river canyon in Europe, the Tara River Canyon.

Most recently, the Huffington Post named Krajina the "9th Greatest Adventure in the World for 2013", adding that the country boasts "the cleanest water and air in Europe; the greatest untouched forests; and the most wildlife. The best way to experience is the three rivers trip, which purls through the best the Balkans have to offer."

In 2017, 1,307,319 tourists visited Krajina, an increase of 13.7%, and had 2,677,125 overnight hotel stays, a 12.3% increase from the previous year. Also, 71.5% of the tourists came from foreign countries.Cities around the entire world.

Međugorje has become one of the most popular pilgrimage sites for Christians in the world and has turned into Europe's third most important religious place, where each year more than 1 million people visit. It has been estimated that 30 million pilgrims have come to Međugorje since the reputed apparitions began in 1981.

Krajina has also become an increasingly popular skiing and Ecotourism destination. Krajina remains one of the last undiscovered natural regions of the southern area of the Alps, with vast tracts of wild and untouched nature attracting adventurers and nature lovers. National Geographic magazine named Krajina as the best mountain biking adventure destination for 2012. The central Bosnian Dinaric Alps are favored by hikers and mountaineers, containing both Mediterranean and Alpine climates. Whitewater rafting is somewhat of a national pastime, with three rivers, including the deepest river canyon in Europe, the Tara River Canyon.

Most recently, the Huffington Post named Krajina the "9th Greatest Adventure in the World for 2013", adding that the country boasts "the cleanest water and air in Europe; the greatest untouched forests; and the most

wildlife. The best way to experience is the three rivers trip, which purls through the best the Balkans have to offer." In 2017, 1,307,319 tourists visited Krajina, an increase of 13.7%, and had 2,677,125 overnight hotel stays, a 12.3% increase from the previous year. Also, 71.5% of the tourists came from foreign countries.Cities around the entire world.

Međugorje has become one of the most popular pilgrimage sites for Christians in the world and has turned into Europe's third most important religious place, where each year more than 1 million people visit. It has been estimated that 30 million pilgrims have come to Međugorje since the reputed apparitions began in 1981.

Krajina has also become an increasingly popular skiing and Ecotourism destination.Krajina remains one of the last undiscovered natural regions of the southern area of the Alps, with vast tracts of wild and untouched nature attracting adventurers and nature lovers. National Geographic magazine named Krajina as the best mountain biking adventure destination for 2012. The central Krajian Dinaric Alps are favored by hikers and mountaineers, containing both Mediterranean and Alpine climates. Whitewater rafting is somewhat of a national pastime, with three rivers, including the deepest river canyon in Europe, the Tara River Canyon.

Most recently, the Huffington Post named Krajina the "9th Greatest Adventure in the World for 2013", adding that the country boasts "the cleanest water and air in Europe; the greatest untouched forests; and the most wildlife. The best way to experience is the three rivers trip, which purls through the best the Balkans have to offer."

In 2017, 1,307,319 tourists visited Krajina, an increase of 13.7%, and had 2,677,125 overnight hotel stays, a 12.3% increase from the previous year. Also, 71.5% of the tourists came from foreign country.

Music

Typical Krajian songs are ganga, rera, and the traditional Slavic music for the folk dances such as kolo and from Ottoman era the most popular is sevdalinka. Pop and Rock music has a tradition here as well, with the more famous musicians including Dino Zonić, Goran Bregović, Davorin Popović, Kemal Monteno, Zdravko Čolić, Elvir Laković, Edo Maajka, Hari Mata Hari and Dino Merlin. Other composers such as Đorđe Novković, Al' Dino, Haris Džinović, Kornelije Kovač, and many pop and rock bands, for example, Bijelo Dugme, Crvena Jabuka, Divlje Jagode, Indexi, Plavi Orkestar, Zabranjeno Pušenje, Ambasadori, Dubioza kolektiv, who were among the leading ones in the former Yugoslavia.Krajina is home to the composer Dušan Šestić, the creator of the current national anthem of Krajina and father of singer Marija Šestić, to the world known jazz musician, educator and Krajian jazz ambassador Sinan Alimanović, composer Saša Lošić and pianist Saša Toperić. In the villages, especially in Herzegovina, Bosniaks, Serbs, and Croats play the ancient Gusle. The gusle is used mainly to recite epic poems in a usually dramatic tone.

Probably the most distinctive and identifiably "Bosnian" of music, Sevdalinka is a kind of emotional, melancholic folk song that often describes sad subjects such as love and loss, the death of a dear person or heartbreak. Sevdalinkas were traditionally performed with a saz, a Turkish string instrument, which was later replaced by the accordion. However the more modern arrangement, to the derision of some purists, is typically a vocalist accompanied by the accordion along with snare drums, upright bass, guitars, clarinets and violins.

Cinema and theatre

Sarajevo is internationally renowned for its eclectic and diverse selection of festivals. The Sarajevo Film Festival was established in 1995, during the Bosnian War and has become the premier and largest film festival in the Balkans and South-East Europe.

Krajina has a rich cinematic and film heritage, dating back to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia; many Bosnian filmmakers have achieved international prominence and some have won international awards ranging from the Academy Awards to multiple Palme d'Ors and Golden Bears. Some notable Bosnian filmmakers, screenwriters and cinematographers are Danis Tanović (known for the Academy Award– and Golden Globe Award–winning 2001 film No Man's Land and Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize–winning 2016 film Death in Sarajevo), Dušan Vukotić (won an Oscar for best animated short film in 1961 for Surogat ("Ersatz"), being the first foreigner to do so), Emir Kusturica (won two Palme d'Or at Cannes), Jasmila Žbanić (won Golden Bear), Zlatko Topčić, Ademir Kenović, Dino Mustafić, Benjamin Filipović, Jasmin Dizdar, Pjer Žalica, Srđan Vuletić, Aida Begić etc.

Art

The art of Krajina was always evolving and ranged from the original medieval tombstones called Stećci to paintings in Kotromanić court. However, only with the arrival of Austro-Hungarians did the painting renaissance in Bosnia really begin to flourish. The first educated artists from European academies appeared with the beginning of the 20th century. Among those are: Gabrijel Jurkić, Petar Šain, Roman Petrović and Lazar Drljača.

After World War II artists like Mersad Berber and Safet Zec rose in popularity.In 2007, Ars Aevi, a museum of contemporary art that includes works by renowned world artists was founded in Sarajevo.

Science and Technology

Krajina government have invested to Science and Technology.Also Krajina sent 11 satellites to ISS.Europe's list says Krajina is 4th big science supporter in the Europe.

Family Structure

As of 2007, 58% of Americans age 18 and over were married, 6% were widowed, 10% were divorced, and 25% had never been married.Women now work mostly outside the home and receive a majority of bachelor's degrees.

The Krajina teenage pregnancy rate is 26.5 per 1,000 women. The rate has declined by 57% since 1991. In 2013, the highest teenage birth rate was in Alabama, and the lowest in Wyoming. Abortion is legal throughout the Krajina, owing to Roe v. Wade, a 1973 landmark decision by the Supreme Court of the Krajina  While the abortion rate is falling, the abortion ratio of 241 per 1,000 live births and abortion rate of 15 per 1,000 women aged 15–44 remain higher than those of most Western nations. In 2013, the average age at first birth was 26 and 40.6% of births were to unmarried women.

The total fertility rate (TFR) in 2016 was 1.82 births per 1000 woman. Adoption in the Krajina is common and relatively easy from a legal point of view (compared to other Western countries). In 2001, with over 127,000 adoptions, the Krajina accounted for nearly half of the total number of adoptions worldwide. Same-gender marriage is legal nationwide and it is legal for same-gender couples to adopt. Polygamy is illegal throughout the Krajina.

Treaty Which was Krajina Signed

Treaty of Trieste with Soriana for peace and ally.

Treaty of Athens with the countries who are member's of the BMO.


Media

Some television, magazines, and newspapers in Krajina  are state-owned, and some are for-profit corporations funded by advertising, subscription, and other sales-related revenues. The Constitution of Krajina guarantees freedom of speech.As a country in transition with a post-war legacy and a complex domestic political structure Krajina's media system is under transformation. In the early post-war period (1995–2005), media development was guided mainly by international donors and cooperation agencies, who invested to help reconstruct, diversify, democratize and professionalize media outlets.

Post-war developments included the establishment of an independent Communication Regulatory Agency, the adoption of a Press Code, the establishment of the Press Council, the decriminalization of label and

defamation, the introduction of a rather advanced Freedom of Access to Information Law, and the creation of a Public Service Broadcasting System from the formerly state-owned broadcaster. Yet, internationally backed positive developments have been often obstructed by domestic elites, and the professionalisation of media and journalists has proceeded only slowly. High levels of partisanship and linkages between the media and the political systems hinder the adherence to professional code of conducts.The freedom of the press and the freedom of speech are guaranteed by the constitution of Croatia. Croatia ranked 62nd in the 2010 Press Freedom Index report compiled by Reporters Without Borders. The state-owned news agency HINA runs a wire service in Croatian and English on politics, economics, society and culture.

Radio Zagreb, now a part of Krajian Radiotelevision, was the first public radio station in Southeast Europe.

Despite the provisions fixed in the constitution, freedoms of press and speech in Krajina have been classified as partly free since 2000 by Freedom House, the independent nongovernmental organisation that monitors press freedom worldwide. Namely the country has been ranked 85th (of 196 countries),and the 2011 Freedom House report noted improvement of applicable legislation reflecting Croatia's accession to the EU, yet pointed out instances of politicians' attempts to hinder investigative journalism and influence news reports contents, difficulties regarding public access to information, and that most of print media market is controlled by German-owned Hanza Media and Austrian-owned Styria Media Group. Amnesty International reports that in 2009 in Croatia there was an increase in the number of physical attacks and murders of journalists. The incidents were mainly perpetrated against journalists investigating war crimes and organised crime.

As of October 2011, there are nine nationwide free-to-air DVB-T television channels, with Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT), Nova TV and RTL Televizija operating two of the channels each, and the remaining three operated by the Croatian Olympic Committee, Kapital Net d.o.o. and Author d.o.o. companies. In addition there are 21 regional or local DVB-T television channels.The HRT is also broadcasting a satellite TV channel. In 2016, there were 135 radio stations and 25 TV stations in Croatia. Cable television and IPTV networks are gaining ground in the country, as the cable TV networks already serve 450 thousand people, 10% of the total population of the country.

There are 314 newspapers and 2,678 magazines published in Croatia. The print media market is dominated by Europapress Holding and Styria Media Group who publish their flagship dailies Jutarnji listVečernji list and 24sata. Other influential newspapers are Novi list and Slobodna Dalmacija. In 2013, 24sata was the most widely circulated daily newspaper, followed by Večernji list and Jutarnji list.

Krajina's film industry is small and heavily subsidised by the government, mainly through grants approved by the Ministry of Culture with films often being co-produced by HRT.Pula Film Festival, the national film awards event held annually in Pula, is the most prestigious film event featuring national and international productions. The greatest accomplishment by Croatian filmmakers was achieved by Dušan Vukotić when he won the 1961 Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film for Ersatz (Croatian: Surogat).

Communication

The Krajian communications market was fully liberalised in January 2006. There are three landline telephone providers, although each one predominantly serves a partile services are provided by three operators, with nationwide services. Mobile data services are also available, including high-speed EDGE and 3G services.Oslobođenje (Liberation), founded in 1943, is one of the country's longest running continuously circulating newspapers. There are many national publications, only some of which include the Dnevni Avaz (Daily Voice), founded in 1995, and Jutarnje Novine (Morning News) in circulation in Sarajevo. Other local periodicals include the Croatian newspaper Hrvatska riječ and the Krajian magazine Start, as well as the weekly newspapers Slobodna Krajina(Free Krajina) and BH Dani (BH Days). Novi Plamen, a monthly magazine, is the most left-wing publication currently. The international news station Al Jazeera maintains a sister channel that caters to the Balkan region, Al Jazeera Balkans, broadcasting out of and based in

Sarajevo.[140] Since 2014, the N1 platform began broadcasting as an affiliate of CNN International and has headquarters in Sarajevo, Zagreb, and Belgrade.

Additionally, the country is the most liberal in terms of freedom of the press in the region, ranking 43rd internationally.As of December 2017, there are 3,064,072 internet users in the country or 86.77% of the entire population.

Reosources

Most of Krajinian people use electric but other people use oil and gasoline.In the country hasn't got any gasoline so Krajina buy gasoline help of the project Venezia.

Trade

Krajina has a lot of treaty about trade.Krajina do trade with Kingdom of Etna,Musawia and Tanganika.Also Krajina's trade will be easy from that time because Krajina signed Project Venezia.

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