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Flag of Slovakia   Coat of Arms of Slovakia

On the map

General rank 71
Country power 12
Anthem Nad Tatrou sa blýska
"Lightning Over the Tatras"
Language Slovak, Hungarian
Population 80
Average level 51
President martin 123456789
Party Liehovisti
Dictator KisJ0zsi
Military unit Univerzalis Balhe
Political titles
vCP torta
MoD LongIeyy
MoFA Istencsaszar
Governor DrunkenSaiIor
MoEd Azure Falcon
Currency Slovak Crown (SKK)
Minimum salary 5.00 SKK
Average salary 8.86 SKK
Food bonus 0%
Weapon bonus 0%
House bonus 0%
Aircraft bonus 0%
Territories 0

Map of Slovakia

Last update 12 July 2016

Slovakia (officially the Slovak Republik, Slovak: Slovenská republika, short form Slovensko) is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It has a population of 124 and currently borders the Icon-Czech Republic.png Czech Republic, Icon-Poland.png Poland and Icon-Hungary.png Hungary. The Capital of Slovakia is Žilina (Central Slovakia).



Original Slovak regions and borders

The Slovak landscape is noted primarily for its mountainous nature, with the Carpathian Mountains extending across most of the northern half of the country.

Amongst these mountain ranges are the high peaks of the Tatra mountains.

To the north, close to the Polish border, are the High Tatras which are a home to many scenic lakes and valleys as well as the highest point in Slovakia, the Gerlachovský štít at 2,655 metres, and the country's highly symbolic mountain Kriváň.

Icon-Slovakia.png Original Regions of Slovakia

Slovakia consists of 4 original regions. The original territory of Slovakia is composed of several regions: Bratislava, Central Slovakia, Eastern Slovakia and Western Slovakia.

Slovakia and Czech Republic merged under Slovak flag in November 2010 and created a Czecho-Slovak Federative Republic (Czechoslovakia), but this federation isn't active now.

Slovakia (Slovak: Slovensko) is located in Central Europe. It borders following regions:

Country Region Direction
Poland Little Poland North
Czech Republic Moravia Northwest
Hungary Lower Austria West
Hungary Burgenland Southwest
Hungary Western Transdanubia South
Hungary Central Transdanubia South
Hungary Central Hungary South
Hungary Northern Hungary South
Hungary Subcarpathia East

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This is the list of TOP 5 parties in Slovakia:

Rank Logo Name Party President Orientation Members Note
1 Party-Liehovisti.jpg Liehovisti martin 123456789 Center, Authoritarian 24 Changed orientation from Centar-Right since last update
2 Party-HLAS - THE VOICE.jpg HLAS - THE VOICE Burko Burian Center-Right, Libertarian 14
3 Party-Vesela Strana.jpg Vesela Strana VSETKOvKLUDE Center-Right, Libertarian 11
4 Default party logo.gif Freemasons Lodge gabberattack Far-Right, Libertarian 9 Changed orientation from Centar-Right since last update
5 Party-E S O.jpg E S O Artus3 Center, Libertarian 7 Changed orientation from Centar-Left since last update

Note: Last updated on March 30, 2015

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Icon - Congress.jpg Congress

Main article: Congress of Slovakia

Currently Slovakia has no Congress as they do not control any regions.

Note: Last updated on October 29, 2017

Icon economy.png Economy

Country trading embargoes

Slovakia has trading embargoes with:

This country doesn't have any trading embargoes at the moment.

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Icon-pact.gif MPPs

Slovakia has Mutual Protection Pacts with:

This country doesn't have any mutual protection pacts at the moment.

Fight-war.gif Current wars



  • On April 13, 2008, the Czech Republic annexed Slovakia as a result of the Slovakia-Czech Republic War.
  • On June 23, 2008, the Hungary annexed the former Slovak regions as a result of the Hungary-Czech Republic War.
  • August 2008 - Slovak regions were divided between Hungary and Romania as a result of World War I.
  • 30 October 2008, 9:00 CET - Slovak Independence War begins
  • 2 November 2008, 23:40 CET - Slovak Republic recreated, National Day of Slovak Freedom established.
  • 5 November 2008 - Artur Fabre was elected as the first president of new Slovakia.
  • 8 January 2008 - resistance wars for another former Slovak region begins
  • 23 July 2014 - Joined the Root alliance.