|Kingdom of Suriya||Democratic Primorye|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Chana Thinnakorn||Valeriy Popov †|
|Yutthakarn Asavakul||Boris Nikolaev †|
|Pithak Hataithip||Anatoly Malinovskiy †|
|Reuangrit Dujsingkon||Oleksandr Cherchev|
|Cholathi Eknaviwong||Ramzan Georgiev|
|Primorian's National Liberation Front|
|RSARF: 9,000+||PRA: 80,000+|
|Casualties and losses|
59 tanks destroyed
24 aircraft destroyed
12 ships damaged
1 submarine damaged
91 tanks destroyed
205 aircraft destroyed
18 ships sunk, 31 damaged
30+ tanks destroyed
|Civilians: 10,000+ killed, 400,000+ wounded|
The Suriyan-Primorian War was an armed conflict led by the Kingdom of Suriya and Primorian Government-in-exile against Democratic Primorye. The war began with isolated clashes along with the land of Suriya and Primorye, occasionally involving division-sized military formations. On 4 May 4454, Suriya and Primorian's National Liberation Front (PNLF) launched a full-scale invasion of Primorye and subsequently occupied the country and removed the Red Primorian government from power.
The political crisis in Primorye broke out since the end of 4448, Leonid Mikhailov, president of Primorye, failed to subdue the riots and was overthrown by the communist party known as "Red Primorian". The president was killed while trying to escape and many members of the government were captured. Valeriy Popov, leader of Red Primorians, declared himself the new President of Primorye and change the country name to "Democratic Primorye".
After the event, the Suriyan government responded send troops to defend along the borders to control the Primorian refugees after more than 30,000 Primorian refugees trying to enter Suriya.
On 14 March 4452, the conflict took place in Suriyan-Primorian border when the PRA troops crossing to Suriyan border to arrest the fleeing refugees. The Suriyan army later sent its troops to warn the PRA to move out from the border. But for more than an hour, PRA had no signal to follow the warning, the Suriyan army decided to evict the intruders using force. The firefight consumed more than two hours till the situation back to normal. The Suriyan soldiers were shocked when they found more than 300 refugee corpses lying between Suriyan-Primorian border which believe that they were killed by PRA's gunfire.
Until 2 January 4453, while King Athityakorn (Suriyathibodi XIII), visited the immigrants and officials at the refugee camp in Chai Prakarn Province. A bomb went off, causing many officers and refugees injured. Even if the King is not injured, people were angry and demanded the government to deal decisively with the Red Primorian, since this is the fifth raid of the PRA on Suriya land.
Suriya's statement also encourages the Primorian government-in-exile (also known as White Primorians) to join the war.