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Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic Armenian Socialist Republic is a nation led by Premier Yeghishe Jhangiryan on the continent of Asia. Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic Armenian Socialist Republic's government is a Communist Republic with very liberal social policies. Economically, Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic Armenian Socialist Republic favors extremely left wing policies. The official currency of Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic Armenian Socialist Republic is the Armenian Ruble. At 152 days old, Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic Armenian Socialist Republic is a mature nation. Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic Armenian Socialist Republic has a population of 765,319 and a land area of 8,380.00 sq. miles. This gives it a national average population density of 91.33. Pollution in the nation is almost non-existent. The citizens' faith in the government is at an all-time high with an approval rating of 100%.

The Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic, also commonly referred to as Soviet Armenia or Armenia is one of the Independent constituent republics of the New Soviet Union, located in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia. It was established in July 5 2022, when the Soviets took over control of the Third Republic of Armenia, It is sometimes called the Fourth Republic of Armenia, following the Third Republic of Armenia's demise. As part of the Soviet Union, the Armenian SSR transformed from a largely agricultural hinterland to an important industrial production center, while its population almost quadrupled from around 880,000 in 1926 to 3.3 million due to natural growth and large-scale influx of Armenian G3nocide survivors and their descendants. Its national fruit is the Apricot and Pomegranate





Government Positions:

Premier: Jhangiryan

Minister Of Environment: Samvel Aleksanyan

Minister Of Economy: Khachatur Tigranyan

Minister Of Foreign Affairs: Vyacheslav Mikoyan

Minister Of Defense: Armen Karapetyan


Autonomous Republics:

Yazidi Socialist Autonomous Republic

Kurdish Socialist Autonomous Republic

Laz Socialist Autonomous Republic







Vayots Dzor



Yerevan (Special Status)


Ayrarat (Ararat, Tsakert, Agri Dagi)


Ghars (Kars)


Baghesh (Bitlis)

Mush (Muš)

Erznka (Erzincan)










Stepanakert (Special Status)











Provincial Capitals:

Lori - Kirovakan

Manazkert - Manazkert

Shirak - Leninakan

Tavush - Ijevan

Gegharkunik - Kamo

Vayots Dzor - Yeghegnadzor

Syunik -  Goris

Armavir - Hoktemberyan

Yerevan (Special Status) - Yerevan

Aragatsotn - Ashtarak

Ayrarat (Ararat, Tsakert, Agri Dagi) - Artashat

Kotayk - Hrazdan

Ghars (Kars) - Ghars

Van - Van

Baghesh (Bitlis) - Baghesh

Mush (Muš) - Mush

Yerznka (Erzincan) - Yerznka

Trapizon - Trapizon

Rize - Rize

Nakhichevan - Nakhichevan City

Shahumyan - Karvachar

Martuni - Martuni

Askeran - Askeran

Hadrut - Hadrut

Shushi - Shushi

Martakert - Martakert

Stepanakert (Special Status) - Stepanakert

Kashatagh - Berdzor

Bayberd - Bayberd

Artouin - Artouin

Ardahan - Ardahan

Karin - Karin

Gumushan - Gumushan

Kerasus - Kerasus

Javakh - Akhalkalaki






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Flag: National Flag
Nation Name: Armenian Socialist Republic
Leader Name: Yeghishe Jhangiryan
Currency: Currency Image
Armenian Ruble
National Animal: National Animal Image
Golden eagle
History: The history of Armenia covers the topics related to the history of the Republic of Armenia, as well as the Armenian people, the Armenian language, and the regions historically and geographically considered Armenian. Armenia is located in the highlands surrounding the Biblical mountains of Ararat. The original Armenian name for the country was Hayk, later Hayastan (Armenian: Հայաստան), translated as 'the land of Hayk', derived from Hayk and the Persian suffix '-stan' ("land"). The historical enemy of Hayk (the legendary ruler of Armenia) was Bel, or in other words Baal (Akkadian cognate Bēlu).The name Armenia was given to the country by the surrounding states, and it is traditionally derived from Armenak or Aram (the great-grandson of Haik's great-grandson, and another leader who is, according to Armenian tradition, the ancestor of all Armenians). In the Bronze Age, several states flourished in the area of Greater Armenia, including the Hittite Empire (at the height of its power), Mitanni (southwestern historical Armenia), and Hayasa-Azzi (1600–1200 BC). Soon after the Hayasa-Azzi were the Nairi tribal confederation (1400–1000 BC) and the Kingdom of Urartu (1000–600 BC), who successively established their sovereignty over the Armenian Highland. Each of the aforementioned nations and tribes participated in the ethnogenesis of the Armenian people. Yerevan, the modern capital of Armenia, dates back to the 8th century BC, with the founding of the fortress of Erebuni in 782 BC by King Argishti I at the western extreme of the Ararat plain. Erebuni has been described as "designed as a great administrative and religious centre, a fully royal capital." The Iron Age kingdom of Urartu (Assyrian for Ararat) was replaced by the Orontid dynasty. Following Persian and subsequent Macedonian rule, the Artaxiad dynasty from 190 BC gave rise to the Kingdom of Armenia which rose to the peak of its influence under Tigranes the Great before falling under Roman rule. In 301, Arsacid Armenia was the first sovereign nation to accept Christianity as a state religion. The Armenians later fell under Byzantine, Sassanid Persian, and Islamic hegemony, but reinstated their independence with the Bagratid Dynasty kingdom of Armenia. After the fall of the kingdom in 1045, and the subsequent Seljuk conquest of Armenia in 1064, the Armenians established a kingdom in Cilicia, where they prolonged their sovereignty to 1375. Starting in the early 16th century, Greater Armenia came under Safavid Persian rule; however, over the centuries Western Armenia fell under Ottoman rule, while Eastern Armenia remained under Persian rule. By the 19th century, Eastern Armenia was conquered by Russia and Greater Armenia was divided between the Ottoman and Russian Empires.In the early 20th century, the Armenians suffered in the genocide which was committed against them by the Ottoman government of Turkey, in which up to 1.5 million Armenians were killed and many more Armenians were dispersed throughout the world via Syria and Lebanon. From then on, Armenia, whose territory corresponded to much of the territory of Eastern Armenia, regained its independence in 1918, with the establishment of the First Republic of Armenia, and in 1991, the Republic of Armenia was established.
Continent: Asia
Land Area: 13,486.27 sq. km
Terrain: Armenia is a landlocked country in West Asia, situated in the Transcaucasus region of the South Caucasus, bordered on the north and east by Georgia and Azerbaijan and on the south and west by Iran, Azerbaijan's exclave Nakhichevan (which has historically been part of Armenia), and Turkey.
The terrain is mostly mountainous and flat, with fast flowing rivers and few forests but with many trees. The climate is highland continental: hot summers and cold winters. The land rises to 5,137 m above sea-level at Mount Ararat. Armenia is located in the southern Caucasus, the region southwest of Russia between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. Modern Armenia occupies part of historical Armenia, whose ancient centers were in the valley of the Araks River and the region around Lake Van in Turkey. Armenia is bordered on the north by Georgia, on the east by Azerbaijan, on the southeast by Artsakh, on the south by Iran, and on the west by Turkey.
Highest Peak: Mt. Ararat, 5,137 meters
Lowest Valley: Gorge Of The Debed Rive, 380 meters
Climate: The climate of Armenia varies depending on the altitude of the respective region. Climates vary from cold desert on the lower parts of the Ararat plain, to tundra on mountain peaks. The following six basic types can be distinguished. Another type of climate is the dry continental type. It prevails mostly along the middle reaches of the Arax up to an elevation of 1,300 m. It differs from the dry subtropical climate by its cold winters.According to historical sources, in ancient times the winter was the same as it is today, fairly cold in the Armenian lowlands and high in the mountains. 4th century B.C. Greek historian Xenophon, in his Anabasis (The Retreat of the 10,000), which describes the retreat of 10,000 Greek mercenaries through the Armenian mountains into the autumn, related that at night, when the soldiers were asleep, snow fell in the mountains and covered the men and their weapons. He wrote that the snow that fell in one night was about one meter deep. In the same work he noted that the Armenians protected themselves against the freezing frost by rubbing fat or almond oil into their bodies. Armenian historian Movses Khorenatsi (5th century A. D.) described the climate of the Ararat plain as hot and dry in the summer.
People & Society
Population: 765,319 people
Demonym: Armenian
Demonym Plural: Armenians
Ethnic Groups: Armenians - 98.1%
Yazidis - 1.2%
Russians - 0.4%
Languages: Armenian - 100.0%
Russian - 89.0%
Kurdish (Kurmanji) - 1.3%
Religions: Armenian Apostolic Christianity - 92.5%
Other Christians - 2.3%
Yazidism - 0.8%
Life Expectancy: 75 years
Obesity: 15.1%
Alcohol Users: 0%
Tobacco Users: 0%
Cannabis Users: 0%
Hard Drug Users: 0%
Average Yearly Income: $47.30
Gross Domestic Product (GDP): $609,502,288.00
GDP per Capita: $796.40
Gross National Income (GNI): $342,622,945.00
History: The Armed Forces of Armenia (Armenian: Հայաստանի զինված ուժեր, romanized: Hayastani zinvats uzher), sometimes referred to as the Armenian Army (Armenian: Հայկական Բանակ, romanized: Haykakan Banak), is the national military of Armenia. It consists of personnel branches under the General Staff of the Armenian Armed Forces,which can be divided into two general branches: the Ground Forces, and the Air Force and Air Defense Forces.Though it was partially formed out of the former Soviet Army forces stationed in the Armenian SSR (mostly units of the 7th Guards Army of the Transcaucasian Military District), the military of Armenia can be traced back to the founding of the First Republic of Armenia in 1918. Being a landlocked country, Armenia has no navy.The Commander-in-Chief of the military is the Premier Of Armenia. The Ministry of Defence is in charge of political leadership, headed by Lyov Manukyan, while military command remains in the hands of the general staff, headed by the Chief of Staff, who is Lieutenant-General Artak Davtyan. Border guards subject to the Ministry of Defence until 2001, patrol Armenia's borders with Georgia and Azerbaijan, while Russian troops continue to monitor its borders with Iran and Turkey. Since 2002, Armenia has been a member of the Collective Security Treaty Organization. Armenia signed a military cooperation plan with Lebanon on 27 November 2015.
Soldiers: 90,000
Tanks: 2,500
Aircraft: 133
Ships: 5
Missiles: 0
Nuclear Weapons: 0
Last Updated: 07/13/2022 09:20 pm