Country: Republic of Nauru (Nauruan: Repubrikin Naoero)
Georgian transcript: ნაურუ
Capital city (de facto): Yaren (იარენი)
Largest city: Denigomodu (დენიგომოდუ)
Official languages: Nauruan, English
Religion: Nauru Congregational Church (35.71%), Roman Catholic Christianity (32.96%), World Assemblies of God Fellowship (12.98%), Baptism (1.48%)
Motto: God's will first
Government: Unitary parliamentary constitutional republic
Independence: 31 January 1968 (from the UK, Australia, and New Zealand)
Member of the Commonwealth of Nations: 1968 (joined as a special member; full member since 1999)
Population: 10 876 (2021)
Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)
Driving side: left
Time zone: UTC +12:00
Calling code: +674
Internet TLD: .nr
Website: Government of Nauru
Neighbouring countries: None
In 2009, Nauru recognised the independence of two regions of Georgia – Abkhazia and the Tskhinvali Region (also known as Samachablo, and recently publicised as South Ossetia) – by signing agreements on establishing diplomatic relations with them.
Nauru established diplomatic relations with the breakaway Republic of Abkhazia on 15 December 2009. The relevant agreement was signed by the foreign ministers of both sides in Sokhumi city.
On 16 December 2009, diplomatic relations were also established between Nauru and the disputed South Ossetia Region.
These two de facto states in the South Caucasus are recognised by most countries (excluding Russia, Syria, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Nauru) as part of Georgia.