The Eurasian Pact is a military pact signed by various democratic socialist countries.
Formation and Enlargement
Defense sectors are used to coordinate defence. A sector is only allowed to move a limited number of troops without higher direction.
Central European Command
Base City: North Rome, North Italy. (Fallen 1957-1962, control shifts to East European Command) (Sub-command-Bonn, Germany and Vienna, Austria.)
Total Troops: 1,000,000 troops, 1000 tanks, 4000 APCs, 900 fighters, 200 bombers.
Region Mobilizable: 350,000 troops, 150 tanks, 1000 APCs, 500 fighters, 10 bombers.
Region: North Italy, South Germany, Switzerland, Austria.
Drafting Power: Yes, 1,000,000 max.
East European Command
Base City: Warsaw, Poland. (Sub-command: Kiev, USSR,)
Total Troops: 650,000 troops, 850 tanks, 1500 APCs, 800 fighters, 70 bombers.
Region Mobilizable: 100,000 troops, 200 tanks, 70 APCs, no aircraft.
Region: Poland, Czechoslovakia, western USSR.
Drafting Power: No.
South-East European Command
Base City: Ankara, Turkey. (originally part of East European Command) (Sub-command-Istanbul, Turkey)
Total Troops: 700,000 troops, 900 tanks, 2100 APCs, 900 fighters, 160 bombers.
Region Mobilizable: 350,000 troops, 750 tanks, 1600 APCs, 550 fighters, 30 bombers.
Region: Turkey, Central European Alliance, Albania, Yugoslavia, Romania, Caucasus USSR.
Drafting Power: Yes, 150,000 max.
Base City: Vassa, Finland. (Leningrad from 1952-1954 and 1958-1960) (Sub-command-Gavle, Sweden and Murmansk, USSR)
Total Troops: 250,000 troops, 700 tanks, 1000 APCs, 600 fighters, 100 bombers.
Region Mobilizable: 50,000 troops, 200 tanks, 300 APCs, 200 fighters, 15 bombers.
Region: Northeastern USSR, Finland, Sweden.
Drafting Power: Yes, 10,000 max.
General Russian Command
Base City: Moscow, USSR. (Sub-command: Tehran, Iran and Seoul, USSR.)
Total Troops: 700,000 troops, 700 tanks, 3000 APCs, 700 fighters, 100 bombers.
Regional Mobilizable: 400,000 troops, 300 tanks, 1350 APCs, 190 fighters, 70 bombers.
Region: Central USSR, Pacific USSR, rest of Central Asia, northern Mongolia.
Drafting Power: No.
Base City: Beijing, PRC. (Sub-command:Hong Kong, PRC and Tokyo, Japan.)
Total Troops: 500,000 troops, 400 tanks, 4000 APCs, 650 fighters, 100 bombers.
Regional Mobilizable: 300,000 troops, 200 tanks, 1500 APCs, 300 fighters, 60 bombers.
Region: PRC, southern Mongolia, Japan.
Drafting Power: Yes, 10,000 max.
Much of the Eurasian Pact navy is joint-commanded by 2 or more sector commands. They require orders on strategic moves, but all defence or tactical maneuvers are allowed.
Baltic Sea/North Sea
This fleet was originally sent to conduct blockades if necessary, primarily on Britain and/or Norway. Tense relations once led to a partial luxury goods blockade of Norway, but it was particularly useful in ensuring Soviet super-priority in the Baltic Sea during WW-III. They also conduct defense missions to prevent a likely invasion from Denmark.
1st Baltic/North Sea Fleet: one supercarrier, four carriers, six frigates, eight amphibious assault ships, 12 transports, six cutters, eight corvettes, ten destroyers, two guided missile destroyers, six minesweepers, two trawlers, 12 torpedo boats and 15 subs.
2nd Baltic/North Sea fleet: two carriers, two frigates, five amphibious assault ships, eight transports, three cutters, six corvettes, six destroyers, eight minesweepers, one trawler, four torpedo boats and eight subs.
Patrol Force: 35 major patrol vessels, numerous speedboats.
Arctic Oceanic Area
This fleet was designed to secure Soviet interests in the Arctic. It has little practical use, and is currently being deployed to warmer waters in the Atlantic.
1st Arctic Fleet: one frigate, six destroyers, two minesweepers and four subs.
Fleets there were originally aimed at pushing Afghanistan to join the Pact. It now consists of only a patrol force.
Patrol Force: 30 major patrol vessels, numerous speedboats.
These troops were intended for patrol.
Patrol Force: 20 major patrol vessels, numerous speedboats.
This is another major fleet deposit, and can lock down Greece or South Italy if needed.
1st Medit. Fleet: three carriers, three frigates, four amphibious assault ships, eight transports, five cutters, nine corvettes, 11 destroyers, three guided missile destroyers, eight minesweepers, three trawlers, 20 torpedo boats, 12 subs.
2nd Medit. Fleet: one carrier, three amphibious assault ships, seven transports, three destroyers, three minesweepers, one trawler, five subs.
Patrol Force: 70 major patrol vessels, numerous speedboats.
This is the major deposit of ships of the USSR:
1st Pacific Fleet: two supercarriers, four carriers, four frigates, ten transports, four cutters, 11 corvettes, 12 destroyers, four guided missile destroyers, ten minesweepers, five trawlers, 21 torpedo boats, 13 subs.
2nd Pacific Fleet: one supercarrier, three carriers, three frigates, eight transports, two cutters, eight corvettes, nine destroyers, two guided missile destroyers, nine minesweepers, three trawlers, ten torpedo boats, ten subs.
3rd Pacific Fleet: four carriers, one frigate, five transports, one cutter, six corvettes, six destroyers, two minesweepers, one trawler, five torpedo boats, six subs.
Patrol Force: 60 major patrol vessels, numerous speedboats.
Indian Ocean/Red Sea
Mainly an Israeli fleet.
1st Indian Fleet: one carrier, one frigate, five transports, one cutter, two corvettes, five destroyers, six minesweepers, one trawler, five torpedo boats, seven subs.
Patrol Force: ten major patrol vessels, numerous speedboats.
The primary council is the Eurasian Pact High Council. It is constructed in the "2+2+1" manner, with two permanent members, two elected countries (One from Asia and Middle East and another from Europe) and one observer. Underneath is the Council of Eurasian Pact Nations, consisting of all members. There is also the Observer's Council, of the United Central American Republic, India and USSR's African allies.
Soviet Foreign Minister Asacha Lidlechev was elected as the first Secretary-General. This is a list of all Secretary-Generals.
- Soviet Foreign Minister Asacha Lidlechev (1952-1960)
- Soviet Foreign Minister Lislak Gasahev (1960-1963)
- Central-East European Alliance State Advisor Golias Asaliv (1963-1965)
- Polish Eurasian Pact Special Representative Aliskta Roschev (1965)
- North Italian State Minister Lista la Gaffers (1966-1967)
- Chinese Foreign Minister Hee-Lin Chan.(1967-)
The duties of the Secretary-General include administrative duties, coordination of members, holding the Sessions, representing the Pact in diplomacy, acting as the head of any nation that has fallen into chaos or has requested Pact annexation, and coordinating defence. Elections are held yearly.
The military of all members is directed by the Defence Command of the Eurasian Pact. It is headquartered along with the Pact General Assembly and Pact Main Office in Moscow, USSR. Sector commands and sub-commands, based in various cities, report directly to Moscow. It is headed by the Defence Minister of the Pact, who reports to the High Council and the Secretary-General. Fleets are also under his command.
All diplomacy represented by the Pact is directed by the Department of Foreign Affairs based in Geneva, Switzerland. It is headed by the Foreign Affairs Minister of the Pact.
The High Council approves of all acts and no act is passed without all members of this council abstaining, with a maximum of two abstains. It can also impeach Secretary-Generals, but this has never happened in practice. The list of members are:
- USSR, PRC, People's Republic of Japan, People's Republic of Finland. (No observer yet.) (1952-1954)
- USSR, PRC, People's Republic of Afghanistan, People's Republic of Poland, Iran. (First observer.) (1954-1956)
- USSR, PRC, People's Republic of Bulgaria, People's Republic of Israel, Iran. (1956-1958)
- USSR, PRC, People's Republic of Vatican and Italy (North Italy), People's Republic of Mongolia, United Central American Republic. (1958-1960)
- USSR, PRC, People's Republic of Germany (South Germany), People's Republic of Laos, India. (1960-1962).
- USSR, PRC, People's Republic of Norway, People's Republic of Vietnam, People's Republic of Nigeria. (1964-1966)
- USSR, PRC, People's Republic of Austria, People's Republic of Yugoslavia, Thailand. (1966-)
Their are elections once two years.
Strategic Warfare and Weapons of Mass Destruction
Most bases are set in eastern and western USSR, Poland, Bulgaria, China, Turkey, Sweden, Finland, Iran, North Germany, South Italy and Switzerland. Other members neighboring pro-USA nations are also sites of smaller bases.
Some 100,000 warheads are held by the Pact, 60,000 by the USSR, 30,000 by the PRC and 10,000 by allies. A-Missiles account for 55% of the warheads and H-Missiles, 45%.
The Pact possesses a lot of bioweapon technology, and the bioweapons are very dangerous. The labs are located mainly in rural USSR and rural PRC. Some of their most dangerous agents include:
- Airborne and Contact-borne Avian Flu
- Hyperfatal Smallpox
- Airborne Ebola
- Multidrug-resistant TB
- Advanced Airborne and Contactborne Leigonaire's Disease
- These, and many others, are being held in 9000 warheads.
Little research has been done regarding chemical warfare in the Pact.
Plans for the downsizing of nuclear weapons to just 1,000 have been made. Bioweapons are to be destroyed completely and all related files are to be declassified.
Good relations with most countries have been made already.
Ideals and Policies
The official ideology is democratic socialism. It is heavily concerned with corporate power, environmentalism, human rights, and combating corruption. It has recently set up numerous departments, like the Eurasian Pact Global Poverty Agency. Now not too much of a military alliance, it functions as a regional UN. It also has aided in many countries.
It also supports multipolarity.