Slavic League (English)
Slavenska Liga (Croatian)
Слов'янський Ліга (Ukrainian)
Slovanský Liga (Czech, Slovakian)
Suovjańske Liga (Silesian)
Słowiańska Liga (Polish)
Map of Slavic League member nations and other nations with a Slavic population
Abbreviation SL
Motto Brotherhood and unity (English)
Bratstvo i jedinstvo (Croatian)
Bratstvo a jednota (Slovakian)
Bratrství a jednota (Czech)
Братство і Єдність (Ukrainian)
Braterstwo i jedność (Polish)
Predecessor Grand Croatian Bajanate
Formation 1771
Type Cultural and economic organization
Legal status Functioning
Purpose/focus Cultural and economic prosperity of Slavic nations
Headquarters Prva Slavenska Akademija Znanosti i Umjetnosti (First Slavic Academy of Science and Art)
Location Dubrovnik
Official languages Croatian, Czech, Polish, Silesian, Slovak, Ukrainian, Old Church Slavonic
Defender of Slavs Petar Krešimir Skočibušić

The Slavic League is a cultural and economical organization that supports the prosperity and cultural development of Slavic nations.


Founding members:

Invited members:

  • Poland - Toby, long live!
  • Kievan Rus' -Yank 21:09, February 14, 2015 (UTC)
  • Balaton (NPC)
  • Russia (NPC)
  • Roman Empire - MP
  • Carantania - SkyGreen24 19:27, April 20, 2015 (UTC)



  • The Kievan Rus propose the creation of an independent state of Balaton as a member of the Slavic League, as it would aid in the cultural development of the region.
    • Aye
      • --Yank 21:18, February 14, 2015 (UTC)
      • --SkyGreen24 21:19, February 14, 2015 (UTC)
      • Czechia - Aye
      • Silesia - Aye
    • Nay

Roman EmpireEdit

  • Rome has requested to join the Slavic League due to its slavic population

Lingua franca of the Slavic LeagueEdit

  • In order to ease the diplomacy amongst Slavs, Croatia proposes Old Church Slavonic as the lingua franca of the Slavic League
    • Croatia: Yes
    • Carantania: Yes
    • Czechia:
    • Balaton:
    • Silesia:
    • Poland:
    • Kievan Rus':
    • Russia:
    • Roman Empire:

Handling communismEdit

Following the communist revolutions in Russia, Poland and Czechia, as well as the revolt in Czechia once the Communist government was installed and attacked Silesia, Croatia proposes a debate through which the non-communist members will decide on how they shall handle the Red Menace. SkyGreen24 18:58, June 7, 2015 (UTC)

The Silesian delegate to the League reinforces the importance of preserving the autonomy and authority of non-Communist governments. He emphasizes the fear of a potential Communist revolution in any of the currently free nations, and also expresses the need to ensure the freedom of the legitimate, liberal government of East Czechia. Ultimately, the defensive (such as the success in the recent war in Silesia) is a better tactic to prevent the spread of the Red Menace than overtly offensive endeavors. Reximus | Talk to Me! 01:57, June 8, 2015 (UTC)

Reforming the allianceEdit

Croatia, in light of recent events, invites Silesia, Czechia and Slovakia to an alliance that would ensure safety