The Federation of Belastrova (Dutch: Federatie van Belastrova; Turkish: Belastrova Federasyonu; Russian: Федерация Беластрова), formerly known as the Federation of Pavlov, is a territorial subdivision of Lostisland with symbolic territorial claims over Alexander Island (Antarctica), and is direct successor of the Kingdom of Pavlov.
Alexander Island was discovered in 1821 by Russian expedition under Fabian Bellingshausen and named after Tsar Alexander I of Russia. At July 8, 2012 the Kingdom of Pavlov was founded symbolically claiming Alexander Island as her territory, and at April 4, 2013 it merged to form the Federal Republic of Lostisland, according to the Treaty of Hunter Island. However, according to the said Treaty, Pavlov retained its nobility and its citizens their noble titles, with King of Pavlov receiving the title of Prince but retaining the right to grant nobility and appointing governor, which resulted in Lostisland being from now on an aristocratic republic. In June 2013, the Federation of Pavlov has been renamed to the Federation of Belastrova.
Like all Lostislandic subdivisions, the Federation of Belastrova has no permanent population, however about 10 persons declare allegiance to it. Power within the Federation is exercised by the Governor, who is being appointed by President or elected by the Universal voting.