People's Republic of Cyprus
Λαϊκή Δημοκρατία της Κύπρος (Greek)

Cyprus ruled by a provisional government
Κύπρος κυβερνάται από μια προσωρινή κυβέρνηση (Greek)
קפריסין נשלטה על ידי ממשלה זמנית (Hebrew)
حكمت قبرص من قبل الحكومة المؤقتة (Arabic)

2020 – 2026

2026 – 2030


"Κυπριακό λαό, άνοδο!"
("Cypriot people, rise!")


"Ύμνος εις την Ελευθερίαν"
("Hymn to Liberty.")

Capital Nicosia
Official Languages Greek
State Ideology Marxism-Leninism
Government Unitary presidential communist republic
Head of State and Government

2020 - 2026

2026 - 2030


-Andros Kyprianou (communist rule)
-Marios Garoyian (provisional government)

Population 5,100,000
Currency Cypriot Dracma

Cyprus, formerly known as People's Republic of Cyprus, was a sovereign communist state between 2020 and 2026, when it was occupied by Israel. Since 2026 until 2030, Cyprus was ruled by a provisional government supervised by Israel.

In 2030, after a referendum, Cyprus officially joined Israel as an autonomous country until 2032, when the Israeli Union was created and Cyprus became a commonwealth.

It was member of the UN and during all World War III, Cyprus sided with the Eastern Alliance until 2026, when practically moved to the Western Coalition due to Israeli occupation.


Pre-World War III

The Cyprus Island was devided in the Republic of Cyprus and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

World War III

Post-World War III - Pre-The Flood Wars

Formation of the United Provinces of Israel



2,651,000 (2020 census), 4,930,000 (2029 census), estimated by 2030: 5,100,000.


In the 2029 census, these were the ethnic groups of people living in Cyprus:

  • Greek Cypriot 67.9 %
  • Turkish Cypriot 29.1 %
  • Others 3 %


Under the Constitution of the People's Republic of Cyprus, the official language was Greek, which had to be understood by all the population. Although Turkish wasn't official, it was spoken by at least one-third of the population. As Russian taught in schools, it was widely spoken. English was spoken by approximately half the population.


In the 2029 census, these were the religions to which Cypriots were affiliated:

  • Greek Orthodox 76 %
  • Reformed Islam 9 %
  • Other Christian 3 %
  • Agnostic 9 %
  • Atheist 3 %