Vojvoserbia in Europe (red)


Vojvoserbia, officially The Federation of Vojvoserbia, or Војводина, is a sovereign state in Europe located in the Balkans, in former Yugoslavia. It recently gained full independence from Serbia in 2017 and borders the following countries: Croatia, Hungary, Serbia, and Romania. The capital and largest city in Vojvoserbia is Novi Sad.

Vojvoserbia's head of state is President Igor Mirovic with a fair hand, and renowned for its zero percent divorce rate, compulsory military service, and ubiquitous missile silos. The hard-working, democratic, devout population of 5 million Vojvoserbians are effectively ruled by a group of massive corporations, who run for political office and provide their well-off citizens with world-class goods and services. Their poorer citizens, however, are mostly starving to death while being urged to go out and get real jobs. The populace has reasonably extensive civil rights, although these are mostly aimed at allowing them to buy whatever they like.

The tiny, outspoken government juggles the competing demands of Defense, Industry, and Spirituality. It meets to discuss matters of state in the capital city of Novi Sad. Citizens pay a flat income tax of 3.8%.

The frighteningly efficient Vojvoserbian economy, worth 245 trillion United Yugoslav Dinars a year, is driven almost entirely by the private sector, which is broadly diversified and led by the Information Technology industry, with major contributions from Arms Manufacturing, Soda Sales, and Gambling. Average income is an impressive 136,938 United Yugoslav Dinars, but there is a significant disparity between incomes, with the richest 10% of citizens earning 453,523 per year while the poor average 30,884, a ratio of 14.7 to 1.

The government regularly hires contractors to construct high rise apartments, the nation leads United Yugoslav Republics in per capita stalking, prisons are crowded with possible terrorist suspects, and 'The Anti-Government Hour' is a popular program on many of Vojvoserbia's radio stations. Crime, especially youth-related, is a major problem, with the police force struggling against a lack of funding and a high mortality rate. Vojvoserbia's national animal is the Dark Eagle, which teeters on the brink of extinction due to toxic air pollution, and its national religion is Eastern Orthodoxy.

Vojvoserbia is a federation of 5 semi-autonomous regions. Vojvoserbia is a leading member of the United Yugoslav Republics, a military and economic organization in the Balkans. It contributes over 32% of the revenue to military expenditure. Although tiny, it controls a huge portion of the economic market in Europe and along with Japan, the United States, Russia, and China, is competitive in technological fields.


The volunteer military of The Federation of Vojvoserbia is a somewhat small but highly professional force that is the sole protector of the state's territorial regions. The Vojvoserbian EUYRPEA contingent has been recalled for active service in Slovakia. MFV (Military of the Federation of Vojvoserbia) size in 2022 was 73,000 men, and the classification is as follows:

The Army of the Federation of Vojvoserbia: 32,000 strong.

Equipment: 194 MBT-25 I, est. 297 pieces of field artillery/mortars, est. 1,000 miscellaneous APCs, IFVs, and ICVs, 221 Mi-24DVS. Battle rifles that the AFV use are the latest ZYABR-22 (Zastava Yugoslav Army Battle Rifle).

Organization: Five field headquarters located in Osijekiya, Zrenjanin, Pancevo, S. Mitrovica, and Novi Sadistania (capital), which are organized as follows:

AFV Command OJK: 1,2,3 mechanized battalion (5th OSK Battalion Group), 1 motorized infantry brigade, (EUYRPEA- European Joint Yugoslav Peacekeeping Efforts Afghanistan).

AFV Command ZJN: 1 mechanized battalion (54th 2nd MD Brigade).

AFV Command CAPITAL: 1 air-mobile battalion (1st VAM Battalion), 1 motorized infantry brigade (34th MMI Brigade), 1 armored brigade (5th Armored Brigade).

AFV Command PCO: 1 motorized infantry brigade (1st MI Brigade).

AFV Command SMT: 1 mechanized armored brigade (33rd MD Brigade).

Development of a new generation of main battle tanks for United Yugoslav Republics, or MBT25 I Model, is currently underway.

The Air Force of the Federation of Vojvoserbia: 20,000 strong

Equipment: 8 MiG-29SMTs, 24 Su-27s, 17 Su-25UTGs, 2 V-16s, 18 Su-30s{1}* 12 E-89s, and 24 other miscellaneous aircraft.

Organization: Three airfields are located in Timisoarnaia Air Base, Osijekiya Air Base, Novi Sadistania Reserve Base.

AFFV Command TSN: 4 MiG-29SMTs, 8 Su-27s, 7 Su-25s AFFV Command OJK: 4 MiG-29SMTs, 8 Su-27s, 10 Su-25s, 12 E-89s AFFV Reserve Base NVS: 8 Su-27s, 2 V-16s

{1}*18 Su-30 multi-purpose combat aircraft are currently being transferred from the Russian Air Force to the Vojvoserbian Air Force by 2025.

The Air Defense Forces of the Federation of Vojvoserbia: 19,000 strong

Equipment: 20 S-400 1 S-500 8 SA-15 8 S-300 12 R-25 Vulkan reserve forces 14 air defense infantry battalions operated by ADFFV