Comoros is an island nation located in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of East Africa. It is composed of four main islands: Grande Comore, Moheli, Anjouan, and Mayotte, as well as several smaller islands. The capital of Comoros is Moroni, which is located on the island of Grande Comore.
Comoros has a population of about 840,000 people, and it is home to a diverse mix of ethnic groups, including the Comorian, Arab, and African. The official languages of Comoros are Comorian, French, and Arabic, but there are also many other local languages spoken in the country.
Comoros is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters, which make it a popular destination for tourists. The islands are also home to a variety of wildlife, including monkeys, dolphins, and sea turtles.
Agriculture is a major part of the economy in Comoros, with the islands producing a variety of crops, including vanilla, cloves, and coconuts. Comoros is also known for its production of essential oils, which are used in perfumes and other products.
Comoros is a presidential representative democratic republic, with a President serving as the head of state and government. The country has a multiparty system and regularly holds elections.
|Languages spoken||Comorian, French, and Arabic|
|Currency used||Comorian Franc|