"我の国" is not right and nobody says that. "我々の国" is ok. "我が国" is translated "our country" as you said, but it sounds very formal. It's used often by politicians when they do speech. I don't used it in a daily life, but if I have to write the report about Japan or prepare some papers for that subject, I may use it.
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