|Official language(s)||English,Narentian , Norwegian,Slovak,...|
|Date of creation||26th September 2012|
|Krajinski ban||Vitomir petrovič (NDZ)|
The Bjelotog Province was one of the oldest Federal subjects of Narentia. It is the most remote ísland on the world. Being in the Antarkticka banovina, it is unpopulated.
The narentian name Bjelotog means white island, referring to the snow and ice sheet.
Earlier names were:
- Lindsay island
- Liverpool island
- Bouvet island
The island was discovered on 1 January 1739 by Jean-Baptiste Charles Bouvet de Lozier, commander of the French ships Aigle and Marie.
In 1927, the First Norvegia Expedition – led by Harald Horntvedt and financed by Lars Christensen – was the first to make an extended stay on the island. Observations and surveying were conducted on the islands and oceanographic measurements performed in the sea around it. At Ny Sandefjord, a small hut was erected and, on 1 December, the Norwegian flag was hoisted and the island claimed for Norway. The annexation was established by a royal decree on 23 January 1928. The claim was initially protested by the United Kingdom, on the basis of Norris' landing and annexation.
The island was annexed on the 26th September 2012. It became administered by the Ministry of Insular Posessions, but was disannexed on the 17th February.
It was reannexed on the 8th february, installing Vitomir Petrovič as its ban.
Due to no residing Narentian population, the post of the Krajinski ban is still vacant. The area was administered by the Minister of insular posessions Shady Morsi.
- Shady Morsi (18.9. 2013-17.2.2014)
- Vitomir Petrovič (8.3.2014.-ongoing)
Due to small area, the island is not subdivided into smaller divisions.
Bouvetøya is a volcanic island constituting the top of a volcano located as the southern end of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in the South Atlantic Ocean. The islands measures 9.5 by 7 kilometres (5.9 by 4.3 mi) and covers an area of 49 square kilometres (19 sq mi), including a number of small rocks and skerries and one sizable island, Larsøya. It is located in the Subantarctic, south of the Antarctic Convergence, which, by some definitions, would place the island in the Southern Ocean. Bouvet Island is the most remote island in the world.The closest land is Queen Maud Land of Antarctica, which is 1,700 kilometres (1,100 mi) to the south,and Gough Island, 1,600 kilometres (990 mi) to the north.The closest inhabited location is Cape Agulhas, South Africa, 2,200 kilometres (1,400 mi) to the northeast.
Due to being uninhabited the government of the Narentian Federation believes it is possible the island to be recognized internationally as Narentian possession.