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Federated Territories of Inretsk
Krāyo Veteras̄i Inrets̄ki
"Wātyo åsolēs̄i, mye wātyo intakts̄i"
Remote We Are; Intact We Remain
"Song of the Burning Sea"

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Largest cityPeshpoto
Official languagesInretski
 • Regional languagesIsmikkese
Nationalitiessee below
DemonymInretski (adjective)
Inretska (noun)
GovernmentParliamentary Republic
 • President (Tarka)Amoronara Moruukwa
 • Prime MinisterTsosha Parshkayak
LegislatureLegislative Assembly
 • Total32,834 km2
 • Estimate (2014)515,490
 • Density15.7/km2
GDP (PPP)2015
 • Total$8.4 billion
 • Per capita$16,333
HDI (2014)Steady 0.855
very high
Currencyᓬ Inretski piikoswera (IKU)
Drives on theright
Internet TLD.ik

Inretsk, officially known as the Federated Territories of Inretsk (Inretski: Krāyo Veteras̄i Inrets̄ki), is a country located in southern Archanta. Somewhat of (although not officially) a socialist country, it is known for its prioritized stance on sustainability and wealth distribution. Although not a particularly wealthy or populous country, Inretsk is considered to have one of the lowest records of income inequality and pollution levels in the world, issues that are mentioned and challenged in its original constitution. Despite having a mediocre GDP caused by an almost complete lack of fossil fuels and metal mining operations, Inretsk maintains a high HDI level through its social welfare programs and employment regulations, and allows itself to be part of the international stage with its friendly relations with other countries.


The name Inretsk approximately translates to "place where there is an 'inlet' (or a similar body of water)" in Inretski, combining the noun inreta, referring to a notable body of water, with the suffix -sk, signifying a location of something.


Early History

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Although the paleoanthropological history of Inretsk still remains poorly documented, it is speculated that humans have existed in this region since the 5th century, after carbon dating results from a burial site excavation in modern Kwagmersk; however, some scientists believe human frequency of the area to have begun even earlier. Nonetheless, the territory encompassing Inretsk today has always remained sparsely populated, mainly due to its highly mountainous terrain, irrational weather patterns and isolated location.

Almost all of Inretsk's "pre-colonial" history has been dominated by the indigenous Tlosho and Nenuktuk tribes, both groups being present within the region since at least the 12th century. Although the two tribes spoke their own languages, they are both directly related to each other and mainly differed by livelihood; the Tlosho lived almost entirely in coastal fishing villages scattered around the Grand Inlet, while the Nenuktuk were primarily agricultural, living mainly in what are today known as Western Prairies and Sarthmarsk. With the exception of being in cultural disagreement with each other, the two peoples were apparently peaceful, and there is almost no record of conflict between the groups. The reason as to why Inretsk's population has always remained so sparse is still a debate among scientists and the Inretski public.

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