The Ottoman client republics (Greek: Οθωμανική πελάτη δημοκρατίες Othomanikí peláti dimokratíes) were a number of regimes created by the Ottoman Empire (with recommendation by France) after several uprisings by Ottoman Balkan states. The republics were a way to satisfy Balkan independence as well as a solution for Ottoman sovereignty in the Balkans.
The following republics were once client states of the Ottoman Empire:
- Serbia (1813)
- Hellenic Republic (1822)
- Bosnia (1831)
- United Principalities (1859)