An Okrug is a type of Cheslovian subdivision, they are area's of Cheslovia with full government control over but are not legally owned by Cheslovia (ie. owned by a Cheslovian citizen) and are thus still apart of the UK. Okrugs are governed by the federal government instead of a governor.
Okrugs in Russia
In the present-day Russian Federation, the term okrug is either translated as "district" or rendered directly as "okrug", and is used to describe the following types of divisions:
- Federal Districts, such as the Siberian Federal District;
- Autonomous okrugs, such as Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.
Bashkira, Belsin, Beslau, Bolkaria, Borisov, Izkaria, Kirov, Kosovaria, Kozov, Mostaria, Muskovia, Novogrodsk, Slavinia, Slevezia, Smorgon, Soligorsk, Svorisia, Tamir, Taroslavin, Vladislavia, Volkashin
Stettin, Milna, Transylvakia, Estovakia, New Izkaria, Serbovakia, Khanovaria, Gakra, Terteria, Slovaria, Ignushia, Naderachnya, Zviyadia, Skutaria, Borislavia, Molderia
| Polks (Kirov)
Shchuka, Bor, Seilem
| Koshuuns (Slavinia)
Siran, Vardanov, Irtishia
| Uulus's (Vladislavia)
Sakhak, Bashkim, Sirvat