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Sharqistan-Turkey relations
Flag of Sharqistan Flag of the Democratic Republic of Turkey
Flags of Sharqistan and Turkey
Diplomatic Mission
Sharqi Embassy in Ankara
Turk Embassy in Olmos
Hozan Zagros
(Turkish ambassador to Sharqistan)
Nursultan Daurenov
(Sharqi ambassador to Ankara)
See also:
Foreign relations of the Democratic Relations of Turkey
Foreign relations of Sharqistan

Sharqi-Turkish relations refers to the relations between the Democratic Republic of Turkey and the Republic of Sharqistan. Relations have been friendly since the creation of Sharqistan, with Turkey supporting its socialist government. A short fluctuation occurred after the People's Party of Sharqistan was ousted from power in 2013, but since then they have stabilised with both countries having vibrant trading relations with each other.

Country comparison

Flag of Sharqistan Republic of Sharqistan Flag of the Democratic Republic of Turkey Democratic Republic of Kurdistan
Population 2,143,448 (143th) 86,134,864 (16th)
Area (total area according to Encyclopædia Britannica) 408,100 km2 (61st) 862,298 km2 (31st)
Capital Olmos Ankara
Largest City Olmos – 333,412 (2014 estimate) Istanbul – 14,201,976 (2014 estimate)
Government Presidential Republic Uzunist single-party state
First Leader Alighsandr Samanaev Abdülmecid Darıcıoğlu
Current Leader Fylyp Burugdanyev Şahnaz Uzun
Official languages Kazakh, Uzbek, Sharqi Turkish
Main religions 69.5 Islam, 18% Orthodoxy, 7% Atheism, 1.5% other 98.7% Islam, 1 %Atheism, 0.3% other
Ethnic and racial groups Sharqis (89%), Kazakhs (8%), Others (3%) Turks
Kurds, Arabs
Turkish Cypriots
Greek Cypriots
GDP (PPP) (2014 estimate)  ? $1.5987 trillion (12th)
Gini (2014)  ? 0.464
HDI (2014) 0.750 (high) 0.723
Currency Sharqi manet (м) Turkish lira (₺)
Expatriates and immigrants 50,000 Turks living in Sharqistan 45,000 Sharqis living in Turkey
Military Troops  ?  ?
English Speakers 2,000  ?
(Mobile Phones)
 ?  ?





Foreign and military policy

See also