Byeloslavia is a nation formed in Belarus' former Gomel Region in 2013 in the aftermath of the Pro-Russian unrest in Belarus and the war in Gomel. It's a landlocked nation that's bordered by Belarus to the north-west, Russia to the east, and Ukraine to the south. Belarus only has limited recognition, only being recognized by Russia, Lithuania, Latvia and few others.
Byeloslavia was formed in 2013, in the wake of the war in Gomel. While not official, it was established the 18th of May and was the name of the rebel coalitional forces in Belarus. It was established a few days in the aftermath of the war in Gomel. Iosif Borisovich Krymov, leader of the rebel forces, signed a document in preparations for found Byeloslavia, but only several hours later, Belarus, under pressure of Russia, offered a peace treaty in which it gave Byeloslavia the Gomel region.
Soon-to-be President Krymov signed this treaty, in which Byeloslavia become a national nation. While its independence has yet to be recognized by most, Byeloslavia is slowly becoming an official nation.
The Byeloslavian military is composed of the Byeloslavian Armed Forces, for ground operations, the Byeloslavian Navy, for the usage of ships, and the Byeloslavian Airforce. While the latter was launched only recently, it was deemed effective.
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