"Anthem of the Union of Eurasian Republics"
|President||First: Mikhail Gorbachev|
Last: Alenin Petrov
|Prime Minister||First: Boris Yeltsin|
Last: Belova Makarovna
|Upper House||Eurasian High Council|
|Lower House||Eurasian Duma|
|Judiciary:||Eurasian Supreme Court|
|Currency:||Ruble (₽) (RUB)|
|Largest City:||Istanbul, IS|
|Population:||349.9 million (2047)|
|Change||+170.5 million (1997)|
|Regional Languages:||Russian, Turkish, etc.|
|Historical Period:||Great Interlude|
|Preceded by:|| Soviet Union|
|Succeeded by:||Eurasian Association|
The Union of Eurasian Republics, also known as the Eurasian Union, Eurasia, or the UER, was a country that existed in Northern and Southwestern Eurasia from it's establishment in 1997 to it's dissolution from Eurasian Revolution and Sochi Memorandum in 2048. Nominally a federation of several national Eurasian republics, in practice it's government was highly centralized. Following the elections of 2022, the UER was functionally a one-party state governed by . The capital of the UER was Moscow, although other major political centers included St. Petersburg, Istanbul, Baku, Akmola, and Khabarovsk.
The Union of Eurasian Republics is heavily associated with the Soviet Union, it's predecessor, particularly for their authoritarian governments and opposition to the Western Bloc.