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Coat of Arms
Location of the Republic of Bucovina (green) within the borders of modern Bukovina (light green)
|Other cities||full list|
|Presidents||Mihail Fansecu (2010)|
|Time zone||EET, EEST (UTC+2, UTC+3)|
|Regional languages||Russian, Hungarian|
|Main ethnic groups||Romanians, Russians|
|Other ethnic groups||Hungarians, Germans|
|Main religion(s)||Eastern Orthodoxy|
|Other religions||no data|
Republic of Bucovina (Romanian: Republica Bucovina) was a short-living country in Central Europe and is one of the two countries that united into today's Bukovina (the other being the Free Republic of Bukovina). Republic of Bucovina was the country that suggested the formation of the modern Bukovina.
Republic of Bucovina declared independence from Romania in February 2010. At about the same time, the Free Republic of Bukovina proclaimed independence from Ukraine. In August 2010 the two countries united into the modern Bukovina. Republic of Bucovina was an unrecognised country till the end of July 2010, when Romania was split between Hungary and Moldavia, who both recognised it as a sovereign country.