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Flag of Ukraine   Coat of Arms of Ukraine

On the map

General rank 22
Country power 591
Anthem Ukraine's glory, Ukraine's freedom did not disappear,

Fate will smile on us Ukrainians, our skies will be clear.

Our enemies will vanish like a sun-dried foam, We will be the only masters in our dear home.

We will give our souls and bodies for our freedom And will show that we are, brothers, in the Cossack breed born!

Motto Glory to Ukraine! to the Heroes Glory!
Capital Donbas
Alliance Apollo
Language Ukrainian
Population 1,919
Average level 24
President Micellagelo
Party National Front - NF
Political titles
vCP Axi0r.
MoD SmErTb
MoFA Stas Denko
Governor K.R.O.N.O.S
MoEd Eclairius
Currency Flag-Ukraine.jpg UAH
Minimum salary Flag-Ukraine.jpg 30.00 UAH
Average salary Flag-Ukraine.jpg 115.91 UAH
Food bonus 100%
Weapon bonus 45%
House bonus 25%
Aircraft bonus 10%
Territories 14
Natural enemy Argentina

Map of Ukraine

Last update 14 July 2016

Ukraine (Ukrainian: Україна, Ukrayina) is a nation in Eastern Europe. A contiguous state, it is bordered by Poland, Romania, and Republic of Moldova to the west, Hungary to the north, and Russia to the east.

Icon allcountries.gif Geography

Icon-Ukraine.png Regions of Ukraine

Situated in the heart of Eastern Europe. Currently the country is comprised of six regions:

The original territory of Ukraine is composed of several regions: SiveriaSlobodaDnipro (occupied by Icon-Colombia.png), DonbasTauridaZaporozhia (occupied by Icon-United Kingdom.png), 

Its current territories are listed below:

Original Owner Resource Map
Donbas Icon-capital.gif Icon-Ukraine.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Donbas.png
Bassarabia Icon-Ukraine.png Icon - Fish.png Fish Region-Bassarabia.png
Bukovina Icon-Ukraine.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Bukovina.png
Cantabria Icon-Spain.png Icon - Fish.png Fish Region-Cantabria.png
Central Montenegro Icon-Montenegro.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Central Montenegro.png
Eastern Serbia Icon-Serbia.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Eastern Serbia.png
Galicia and Lodomeria Icon-Ukraine.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Galicia and Lodomeria.png
Montenegrin Coast Icon-Montenegro.png Icon - Fish.png Fish Region-Montenegrin Coast.png
North Montenegrin Mountains Icon-Montenegro.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-North Montenegrin Mountains.png
Polisia Icon-Ukraine.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Polisia.png
Siveria Icon-Ukraine.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Siveria.png
Sloboda Icon-Ukraine.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Sloboda.png
Taurida Icon-Ukraine.png Icon - Saltpeter.png Saltpeter Region-Taurida.png
Texas Icon-USA.png Icon - Oil.png Oil Region-Texas.png
Trentino-South Tyrol Icon-Italy.png 25px FAIL Region-Trentino-South Tyrol.png

Icon people.jpg Population and demographics

Home to roughly a thousand citizens, Ukraine boasts a relatively diverse population and hosts a number of visible minority groups, including ethnic Hungarians, Romanians, Poles, Russians, and Americans. This cultural heterogeneity is reflected in Ukraine's variety of employed languages: though the official state language is Ukrainian, nearly all government publications are issued in English, and most national newspapers are published in English or Hungarian with Ukrainian or Russian secondary translations.

Icon economy (Ukraine).pngEconomy

Industries, goods and trade

Rich in grain and iron but devoid of any other natural resource, Ukraine depends almost wholly on iron mining to sustain its economy. Small amounts of wood, oil, and diamonds are imported by companies involved in other industries, but most of these businesses are owned by foreign interests and produce goods only for sale on foreign markets; likewise, no construction of any sort takes place within the nation's borders. In fact, the domestic market for goods of any type is extremely limited in Ukraine; food, gifts, and weapons available for purchase are generally of extremely low quality (the latter being available only through import).

Icon natural resources.jpgNatural Resources

Ukraine has next resources on its disposal:

     Resource       Regions
Icon - Grain.png Grain Donbas
Icon - Deer.png Deer Donbas
Icon - Fish.png Fish Polisia
Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Donbas
Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Polisia
Icon - Iron.png Iron Sloboda
Icon - Aluminum.png Aluminum Not available
Icon - Saltpeter.png Saltpeter Not available
Icon - Oil.png Oil Not available
Icon - Rubber.png Rubber Not available
Icon - Sand.png Sand Dnipro
Icon - Clay.png Clay Not available
Icon - Wood.png Wood Dnipro Bukovina
Icon - Limestone.png Limestone Not available
Icon - Granite.png Granite Not available
Icon - Neodymium.png Neodymium Not available
Icon - Magnesium.png Magnesium Bukovina Donbas
Icon - Cobalt.png Cobalt Not available
Icon - Titanium.png Titanium Not available
Icon - Wolfram.png Wolfram Not available
Last updated 27/07/2019

Icon stock market.pngTaxes

Taxes in Ukraine are generally low, with import taxes on most goods being set at the minimum allowable level and citizens enjoying income tax rates of 10% or less in every industry. Gifts and moving tickets, however, are subject to protective tariffs which nearly double their cost when imported.

Product Work Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Food Q3.png Food 1% 80% 1%
Icon - Weapon Q2.png Weapon 1% 1% 1%
Icon - Aircraft Q1.png Aircraft 1%
Icon - Moving ticket Q3.png Tickets 1% 1% 1%
Icon - House Q3.png Houses 1% 1% 1%
Product Work Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Food Raw Materials.png Food raw material 1% 1% -
Icon - Weapon Raw Materials.png Weapon raw material 1% 1% -
Icon - Aircraft Raw Materials.png Aircraft raw material 1% -
Icon - House Raw Materials.png House raw material 1% 1% -

Last updated 27/07/2019

Icon achievement Congress Member on.gif Government and politics


Ukraine is a unitary republic governed by a one-branch legislature and administrated by a president. Due to recent political and geographic shifts, the size of Ukraine's congress currently fluctuates regularly; at the present time, the body is comprised of 40 sitting congressman. Presidents in the First Ukrainian Republic are unknown.

Icon position country president.gif Presidents

Political Parties

Rank Party Name Abbr. Founded Economic Social President Members Congress Seats
1. Republican Union RU Center Pavlik7ua 66 13
2. 14 Division Far-Right Authoritarian UkrBot 46 9
3. Freedom of Action FoA Far-Right Anarchist Mike Dreams 36 5
4. New Generation NG 05 April 2013 Far-Right Authoritarian imamradyk 35 6
5. National Front NF Far-Right Totalitarian Volodymyr91 33 7
6. Union of Industrialists UI Center Libertarian LaliShot 12 0
7. Ukrainian Alternative UA Far-Right Anarchist BondXXL 6 0
8. FAS Party FAS Center Libertarian daK0t 5 0
9. Dholes Union DU Center-left Redvis Sai 3 0
10. Party of cats NLP Center-right Libertarian Kibord 2 0

Updated: December 2020

MPP list

Embargo list

Icon achievement Media Mogul on.gif History

Ukraine's history can be divided into three discrete eras of independent rule separated by two periods of subjugation to a foreign authority.

First Ukrainian Republic

Founded as an original nation of the New World, Ukraine remained sparsely populated and largely undeveloped for much of its early history. While source material pertaining to this era is scant, evidence indicates low birth rates combining with a population gradually decreasing in activity to create a nation that, by March 2008, had become a social and cultural desert. For reasons unknown, however, a month later Ukraine's fortunes had dramatically improved. By early May, birth and immigration rates had increased significantly, creating a small but close-knit community of Ukrainians united around a Dungeons & Dragons theme.

Romanian period

By mid-May 2008, Ukraine had grown enough to attract the attention of Romania, which subsequently extended an offer of a union to then-President somethingclever. For reasons which remain unclear, the union was never consummated, and on 14 May President Alex Craciun of Romania declared war on Ukraine. The Romania-Ukraine War, which lasted only three days, still ranks as one of the New World's quickest wars; by 17 May, Romania had overrun all thirteen regions of the country, and independent Ukraine ceased to exist for the first time in New World history.

During a subsequent period of control which lasted nearly a year, Romania attained a level of economic production previously unknown in Ukrainian regions. Taking particular advantage of fertile soil in Volhynia and rich mineral deposits in Podolia, Romanian workers flooded into western Ukraine to establish large farms and mines. With the infrastructure for these raw materials firmly established, bakeries and weapon factories soon followed, as did various other businesses which relied on goods imported from other regions of Romania for production. By March 2009, the population of Podolia had swelled to nearly 2000, well above its prewar level, with a similar trend observable in Volhynia.

Despite Romania's economic hegemony, however, calls for Ukrainian independence did not go unnoticed during the period. Rallying around the central figure of expatriate Hnat Khotkevych, whose newspaper Ukrainian Diaspora (later known as The Trident) served as a de facto mouthpiece for the movement, Ukrainians voiced their desires for freedom from Romania. While at first these cries were met with little satisfaction, in March 2009 a sudden reversal would bring them hope at last.

Second Ukrainian Republic and Hungarian period

On 3 March 2009, for reasons which remain unclear, Romania began a resistance war to liberate the region of Subcarpathia. The region was liberated a day later, signalling the rebirth of an independent, one-region Ukrainian state with its capital at Uzhhorod.

In the ten months of Ukraine's foreign control, however, the New World had changed significantly, and these changes would immediately affect the young nation's character and future. The reorganization of the world's nations into the PEACE GC and ATLANTIS alliances in August 2008 would pit Romania against many of her European neighbors, a condition only exacerbated by the emergence of Hungary, just to the Romanian northwest, as the first serious challenger to her dominance of Eastern Europe. In this new world order, in which Romania and Poland would clash against Hungary, Turkey, and Indonesia, Ukraine would quickly emerge as a key battleground in the fight for dominance. Almost immediately the new Ukrainian republic came under Hungarian influence, and on 5 March, Hungarian Minister of Finance Imre Norbert was elected President of Ukraine. Within the following month, an all-Hungarian congress was elected with the stated goal of protecting Ukrainian interests from Romania and Poland, bringing a degree of political stability to the nation. On March 5 2010, Ukraine invaded its hostile neighbour Russia in Central Black Earth and North Caucasus. Both attacks ended in failure.

Big Ukraine

Ukraine annexed from Republic of Moldova Northern Basarabia and from Belarus Brestskaya and Minskaya.

Territorial Annexations

After Poland-Ukraine War and Ukraine-Turkey War, Ukraine remains just with Subcarpathia.

See also