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Uirian Dar
Dar Uiriqi
Flag of Uiri of Uiri
Motto: Peace, Morality and Justice
Anthem: Uiri, blessed and bountiful land
Location of Uiri within Crataea (grey)
Topographical map of Uiri showing cities
Official languages Uirian
Recognised regional languages Dushui, Kehmanik, Uirian
Ethnic groups (1998) Dushui, Kehmanik, Rattao, Chui, Pataari, Byushan, Uirian
Demonym Uirian
Government Theocracy
 •  Conduit Yonma Kirmakur
 •  Modern Uirian Kingdom `1920 
 •  Coup d'etat and socialist period 1967 
 •  Oki Dar takeover 1996 
 •  Water (%) 2.1
 •  2017 estimate 13,500,000
 •  1990 census ~8,700,000
GDP (nominal) 2017 estimate
 •  Total $10,746,000,000
 •  Per capita $796
Currency Tungi (Tn)
Date format dd-mm-yyyy
Drives on the right
Calling code +897

Uiri, officially the Uirian Dar (Uirian: Dar Uiriqi) is a landlocked, poor country in central Crataea.It borders Sharfland to the west, Questers to the north, Hakara to the east and Sovereign Sharfland to the south. Uiri is a mostly mountainous, medium-sized country with an area of x and a population of around 13 million. The current Uirian state is a theocracy ruled by the Oki Dar, who took power following a 16-year civil war.
The Uirian capital is Khasa. It is politically isolated and has troubled relationships with all of its neighbors. The Oki Dar has stated in the past that it has a divine right to the eastern Sharfic Dushui and Kehmanik republics, however has walked back on these claims with the conclusion of the Sharfic Civil War.
Uiri is a very poor country. Much of the rural population is dependent upon subsistence agriculture for survival, and the majority of consumer goods are imported via Hakara. A small middle class has developed in recent years, mainly employed by the Uirian branch of Questarian and Dumani global corporations. The majority of wealth in the country rests in the hands of a religious elite.