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Èyí ni àtòjọ àwọn orílẹ̀ èdè Olómìnira ní àgbáyé pẹ̀lú àlàyé lórí ipò àti gbajúmọ̀ wọn.

Àpapọ̀ wọn jẹ́ ẹ́fàlénígba (206) tí a lè pín sí abala mẹ́ta tí ó dá lé ìbáṣepọ̀ wọn pẹ̀lú àjọ àgbáyé, United Nations, tí wọ́n jẹ́ 193, àti àwọn yòókù,[1] méjì nínú wọn ṣì wà lábẹ́ ìwòye observer states tí mọ́kànlá (11) kosi lára wọn. Abala 'ipò òmìniraló ṣàfihàn àwọn orílẹ̀-èdè tí òmìnira wọn kò ì tí ì dúró ṣinṣin, wọ́n jẹ́ orílẹ̀ èdè 190, àti ipò àwọn mìíràn bẹ́ẹ̀ bẹ́ẹ̀ lọ.

Ṣíṣe àtòjọ àwọn orílẹ̀ èdè báyìí máa ń ṣòro, nítorí kò sí àwòmọ́ tàbí àmúyẹ kan pàtó láti dá orílẹ̀ èdè Olómìnira mọ̀. Fún àlàyé sí i lórí àwọn àmúyẹ tí a wò láti ṣe àtòjọ àwọn orílẹ̀ èdè wọ̀nyí, ẹ jọ̀wọ́, ẹ wo abala ìsàlẹ̀ yìí criteria for inclusion. Àwọn orílẹ̀-èdè wọ̀nyí ni a gbàgbọ́ pé wọ́n ní ipò de facto gẹ́gẹ́ bí ilẹ̀ Olominira, bí ó ti wù kí ó rí, èyí kì í ṣe ìfọwọ́sí pé wọ́n jẹ ilẹ̀ Olómìnira tí ó bá òfin mu.

Àtòjọ àwọn orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira àgbáyé[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

Orúkọ wọn Ipò ọmọ ẹgbẹ́ wọn ní àjọ UN System[lower-alpha 1] Àléébù ipò òmìnira wọn[lower-alpha 2] Àlàyé síwájú síi lórí ipò òmìnira wọn[lower-alpha 4]
A AAA A AAA A AAA
ZZZUN member states and observer states A AAA ZZZ
ZZZAbkhazia → Abkhazia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Afghanistan


 – Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Albania – Republic of Albania A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Algeria – People's Democratic Republic of Algeria A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Andorra – Principality of Andorra A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentAndorra is a co-principality in which the office of head of state is jointly held ex officio by the French president and the bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Urgell,[2] who himself is appointed with approval from the Holy See.

 Angola – Republic of Angola A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Antigua and Barbuda A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentAntigua and Barbuda is a Commonwealth realm[lower-alpha 5] with one autonomous region, Barbuda.[lower-alpha 6]

 Argentina – Argentine Republic[lower-alpha 7] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentArgentina is a federation of 23 provinces and one autonomous city.[lower-alpha 8]

 Armenia – Republic of Armenia A UN member state Not recognised by Pakistan.

Àdàkọ:ExtentArmenia is not recognised by Pakistan due to the dispute over Artsakh.[5][6][7]

ZZZArtsakh → Artsakh A UN member state A None
 Australia – Commonwealth of Australia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentAustralia is a Commonwealth realm[lower-alpha 5] and a federation of both states and territories. There are six states, three internal territories, six external territories and one claimed Antarctic external territory. The external territories of Australia are:

 Austríà – Republic of Austria A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the European Union.[lower-alpha 3] Austria is a federation of nine states.

 Azerbaijan – Republic of Azerbaijan A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentAzerbaijan contains one autonomous region, Nakhchivan [lower-alpha 6] The de facto state of Artsakh has been established in the southwest of Azerbaijan.

 Bahamas, The – Commonwealth of The Bahamas[9] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentThe Bahamas is a Commonwealth realm.[lower-alpha 5]

 Bahrain – Kingdom of Bahrain A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Bangladesh – People's Republic of Bangladesh A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Barbados A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentBarbados is a Commonwealth realm.[lower-alpha 5]

 Bẹ̀lárùs – Republic of Belarus A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Belgium – Kingdom of Belgium A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3] Belgium is a federation of three linguistic communities and three regions.

 Belize A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentBelize is a Commonwealth realm.[lower-alpha 5]

 Benin – Republic of Benin A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Bhutan – Kingdom of Bhutan A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Bolivia – Plurinational State of Bolivia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Bosnia and Herzegovina A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentBosnia and Herzegovina has two constituent entities:

and Brčko District, a self-governing administrative district.[10]

 Botswana – Republic of Botswana A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Brazil – Federative Republic of Brazil A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentBrazil is a federation of 26 states and one federal district.

 Brunei – Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Bulgaria – Republic of Bulgaria A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Burkina Faso

A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

Burma → Myanmar A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Burundi – Republic of Burundi A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Cambodia – Kingdom of Cambodia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Cameroon – Republic of Cameroon A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Canada[lower-alpha 9] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentCanada is a Commonwealth realm[lower-alpha 5] and a federation of 10 provinces and three territories.

 Cape Verde – Republic of Cabo Verde[lower-alpha 10] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Central African Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Chad – Republic of Chad A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Chile – Republic of Chile A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent[lower-alpha 11]

 China – People's Republic of China[lower-alpha 12] A UN member state Partially unrecognised. Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentChina contains five autonomous regions, Guangxi, Inner Mongolia, Ningxia, Tibet, and Xinjiang.[lower-alpha 6] Additionally, it has sovereignty over the Special Administrative Regions of:

China claims, but does not control Taiwan, which is governed by a rival administration (the Republic of China) that claims all of China as its territory.[lower-alpha 13]

China is not recognised by [[Foreign relations of China#Countries that have no diplomatic relations with the PRC|Àdàkọ:Numrec]] UN member states and the Holy See, which, with the exception of Bhutan, all recognise Taiwan instead.[lower-alpha 14]

China, Republic of → Taiwan A UN member state A None
 Colombia – Republic of Colombia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Comoros – Union of the Comoros A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentComoros is a federation of three islands.[lower-alpha 15]

 Congo, Democratic Republic of the

[lower-alpha 16]

A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Congo, Republic of the[lower-alpha 17] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

ZZZCook Islands → Cook Islands A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Costa Rica – Republic of Costa Rica A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

Côte d'Ivoire → Ivory Coast A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Croatia – Republic of Croatia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Cuba – Republic of Cuba A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Cyprus – Republic of Cyprus A UN member state Not recognised by Turkey[13]

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3] The northeastern part of the island is the de facto state of Northern Cyprus.

Cyprus is not recognised by Turkey due to the Cyprus dispute, with Turkey recognising Northern Cyprus.

 Czech Republic[lower-alpha 18] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

Democratic People's Republic of Korea → Korea, North A UN member state A None
Democratic Republic of the Congo → Congo, Democratic Republic of the A UN member state A None
 Denmark – Kingdom of Denmark A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3] The Kingdom of Denmark includes 2 self-governing territories:

The continental territory of Denmark, the Faroe Islands, and Greenland form the three constituent countries of the Kingdom.[lower-alpha 19] The Kingdom of Denmark as a whole is a member of the EU, but EU law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.[14][15]

 Djibouti – Republic of Djibouti A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Dominica

 – Commonwealth of Dominica

A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Dominican Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 East Timor – Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste[lower-alpha 20] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Ecuador – Republic of Ecuador A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Egypt – Arab Republic of Egypt A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 El Salvador – Republic of El Salvador A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Equatorial Guinea – Republic of Equatorial Guinea A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Eritrea – State of Eritrea A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Estonia – Republic of Estonia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Eswatini – Kingdom of Eswatini[lower-alpha 21] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Ethiopia – Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentEthiopia is a federation of nine regions and two chartered cities.

 Fiji – Republic of Fiji A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentFiji contains one autonomous region, Rotuma.[lower-alpha 6][16][17]

 Finland – Republic of Finland A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 France – French Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3] France contains five overseas regions/departments; French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte, and Réunion. France also includes the overseas territories of:

 Gabon – Gabonese Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

Gambia  Gambia, The

 – Republic of The Gambia[18]

A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Georgia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentGeorgia contains two autonomous republics, Adjara and Abkhazia.[lower-alpha 6] In Abkhazia and South Ossetia, de facto states have been formed.

 Germany – Federal Republic of Germany A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3] Germany is a federation of 16 states.

 Ghana – Republic of Ghana A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Greece – Hellenic Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3] Greece contains one autonomous area, Mount Athos.[19]

 Grenada A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentGrenada is a Commonwealth realm.[lower-alpha 5]

 Guatemala – Republic of Guatemala A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Guinea – Republic of Guinea[lower-alpha 24] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Guinea-Bissau – Republic of Guinea-Bissau A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Guyana – Co-operative Republic of Guyana A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Haiti – Republic of Haiti A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

Holy See → Vatican City A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Honduras – Republic of Honduras A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Hungary A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Iceland[lower-alpha 25] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 India – Republic of India A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentIndia is a federation of 28 states and eight union territories.

 Indonesia – Republic of Indonesia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentIndonesia has five autonomous provinces, Aceh, Jakarta, Papua, West Papua, and Yogyakarta.[lower-alpha 6]

 Iran – Islamic Republic of Iran A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Iraq – Republic of Iraq A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentIraq is a federation[lower-alpha 15][23] of 19 governorates, four of which make up the autonomous Kurdistan Region.[lower-alpha 6]

 Ireland[lower-alpha 26] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Israel – State of Israel A UN member state Partially unrecognised

Àdàkọ:ExtentIsrael exerts strong control over the territory claimed by Palestine. Israel annexed East Jerusalem,[25] an annexation not recognised by the international community.[26] Israel maintains varying levels of control over the rest of the West Bank, and although Israel no longer has a permanent civilian or military presence in the Gaza Strip, following its unilateral disengagement, it is still considered by some to be the occupying power under international law.[27][28][29][30][31] Israel is not recognised as a state by 32 UN members and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. The Palestine Liberation Organization, which enjoys recognition by a majority of UN member states as the sole representative of the Palestinian people, also does not recognise Israel.

 Italy – Italian Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3] Italy has 5 autonomous regions, Aosta Valley, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Sardinia, Sicily and Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol.[lower-alpha 6]

 Ivory Coast – Republic of Côte d'Ivoire[lower-alpha 27] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Jamaica A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentJamaica is a Commonwealth realm.[lower-alpha 5]

 Japan A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Jordan – Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Kazakhstan – Republic of Kazakhstan A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Kenya – Republic of Kenya A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Kiribati – Republic of Kiribati A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Korea, North – Democratic People's Republic of Korea A UN member state Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentNorth Korea is not recognised by three UN members, France, Japan, and South Korea, the last of which claims to be the sole legitimate government of Korea.[32]

 Korea, South – Republic of Korea A UN member state Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentSouth Korea has one autonomous region, Jejudo.[lower-alpha 6][33] South Korea is not recognised by North Korea, which claims to be the sole legitimate government of Korea.

ZZZKosovo → Kosovo A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Kuwait – State of Kuwait A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Kyrgyzstan – Kyrgyz Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Laos – Lao People's Democratic Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Latvia – Republic of Latvia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Lebanon – Lebanese Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Lesotho

 – Kingdom of Lesotho

A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Liberia – Republic of Liberia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Libya – State of Libya A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Liechtenstein – Principality of Liechtenstein A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Lithuania – Republic of Lithuania A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Luxembourg – Grand Duchy of Luxembourg A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

Macedonia → North Macedonia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Madagascar – Republic of Madagascar A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Malawi – Republic of Malawi A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Malaysia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMalaysia is a federation of 13 states and three federal territories.

 Maldives – Republic of Maldives A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Mali – Republic of Mali A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Malta – Republic of Malta A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Marshall Islands – Republic of the Marshall Islands A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentUnder Compact of Free Association with the United States.

 Mauritania

 – Islamic Republic of Mauritania

A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Mauritius – Republic of Mauritius A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMauritius has an autonomous island, Rodrigues.[lower-alpha 6]

 Mexico – United Mexican States A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMexico is a federation of 31 states and one autonomous city. The Rebel Zapatista Autonomous Municipalities have de facto autonomy.

 Micronesia – Federated States of Micronesia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentUnder Compact of Free Association with the United States. The Federated States of Micronesia is a federation of four states.

 Moldova – Republic of Moldova A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMoldova has the autonomous regions of Gagauzia and Transnistria autonomous territorial unit. The latter is under the de facto control of Transnistria.

 Monaco – Principality of Monaco A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Mongolia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Montenegro A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Morocco – Kingdom of Morocco A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentPart of the Moroccan-claimed Western Sahara is controlled by the partially recognised Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.

 Mozambique – Republic of Mozambique A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Myanmar – Republic of the Union of Myanmar[lower-alpha 28] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentWa State is a de facto autonomous state within Myanmar.

ZZZNagorno-Karabakh → Artsakh A UN member state A None
 Namibia – Republic of Namibia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Nauru – Republic of Nauru A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Nepal – Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentNepal is a federation composed of 7 provinces.

 Kingdom of the Netherlands – Kingdom of the Netherlands A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3] The Kingdom of the Netherlands includes four areas with substantial autonomy:

The continental part of the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao, and Sint Maarten form the four constituent countries of the Kingdom. Three other overseas territories (Bonaire, Saba, and Sint Eustatius) are special municipalities of the continental Netherlands.[lower-alpha 29] The Kingdom of the Netherlands as a whole is a member of the EU, but EU law applies only to parts within Europe.

 New Zealand A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentNew Zealand is a Commonwealth realm,[lower-alpha 5] and has one dependent territory and one claimed Antarctic dependent territory of:

The Realm of New Zealand has responsibilities for (but no rights of control over) two freely associated states:

The Cook Islands and Niue have diplomatic relations with Àdàkọ:Numrel and Àdàkọ:Numrel UN members respectively.[34][35][36] They have full treaty-making capacity in the UN,[37] and are members of some UN specialized agencies.

 Nicaragua – Republic of Nicaragua A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentNicaragua contains two autonomous regions, Atlántico Sur and Atlántico Norte.[lower-alpha 6]

 Niger – Republic of Niger A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Nigeria – Federal Republic of Nigeria A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentNigeria is a federation of 36 states and one federal territory.

ZZZNiue → Niue A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

North Korea → Korea, North A UN member state A None
 North Macedonia – Republic of North Macedonia[lower-alpha 30] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

ZZZNorthern Cyprus → Northern Cyprus A UN member state A None
 Norway – Kingdom of Norway A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentNorway has two unincorporated areas in Europe:

  •  Svalbard is an integral part of Norway, but has a special status due to the Svalbard Treaty.
  •  Jan Mayen is an uninhabited island that is an integral part of Norway, although unincorporated.

Norway has one dependent territory and two claimed Antarctic dependent territories in the Southern Hemisphere:

 Oman – Sultanate of Oman A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Pakistan – Islamic Republic of Pakistan A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentPakistan is a federation of four provinces and one capital territory. Pakistan exercises control over certain portions of Kashmir, but has not officially annexed any of it,[38][39] instead regarding it as a disputed territory.[40][41] The portions that it controls are divided into two territories, administered separately from Pakistan proper:

Azad Kashmir describes itself as a "self-governing state under Pakistani control", while Gilgit-Baltistan is described in its governance order as a group of "areas" with self-government.[42][43][44] These territories are not usually regarded as sovereign, as they do not fulfil the criteria set out by the declarative theory of statehood (for example, their current laws do not allow them to engage independently in relations with other states). Several state functions of these territories (such as foreign affairs and defence) are performed by Pakistan.[43][45][46]

 Palau – Republic of Palau A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentUnder Compact of Free Association with the United States.

Àdàkọ:Country data State of Palestine – State of Palestine A UN observer state; member of 2 UN specialized agencies Partially unrecognised. Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentThe State of Palestine, declared in 1988, is not recognised as a state by Israel and has received diplomatic recognition from Àdàkọ:Numrec states.[47] The proclaimed state has no agreed territorial borders, or effective control over much of the territory that it proclaimed.[48] The Palestinian National Authority is an interim administrative body formed as a result of the Oslo Accords that exercises limited autonomous jurisdiction within the Palestinian territories. In foreign relations, Palestine is represented by the Palestine Liberation Organization.[49] The State of Palestine is a member state of UNESCO,[50] UNIDO, and an observer state in the UN.

 Panama – Republic of Panama A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Papua New Guinea – Independent State of Papua New Guinea A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentPapua New Guinea is a Commonwealth realm[lower-alpha 5] with one autonomous region, Bougainville.[lower-alpha 6]

 Paraguay – Republic of Paraguay A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Peru – Republic of Peru A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Philippines – Republic of the Philippines A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentThe Philippines contains one autonomous region, Bangsamoro.[lower-alpha 6]

 Poland – Republic of Poland A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Portugal – Portuguese Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3] Portugal contains two autonomous regions, the Azores and Madeira.[lower-alpha 6]

Pridnestrovie → Transnistria A UN member state A None
 Qatar – State of Qatar A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

Republic of Korea → Korea, South A UN member state A None
Republic of the Congo → Congo, Republic of the A UN member state A None
 Romania A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Russia – Russian Federation A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentRussia is a federation of 85 federal subjects (republics, oblasts, krais, autonomous okrugs, federal cities, and an autonomous oblast). Several of the federal subjects are ethnic republics.[lower-alpha 6]

 Rwanda

 – Republic of Rwanda

A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

ZZZSahrawi Arab Democratic Republic → Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic A UN member state A None
 Saint Kitts and Nevis – Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentSaint Kitts and Nevis is a Commonwealth realm[lower-alpha 5] and is a federation[lower-alpha 15] of two islands, St. Kitts and Nevis.

 Saint Lucia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentSaint Lucia is a Commonwealth realm.[lower-alpha 5]

 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentSaint Vincent and the Grenadines is a Commonwealth realm.[lower-alpha 5]

 Samoa – Independent State of Samoa A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 San Marino – Republic of San Marino A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 São Tomé and Príncipe – Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentSão Tomé and Príncipe contains one autonomous province, Príncipe.[lower-alpha 6]

 Saudi Arabia – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Senegal – Republic of Senegal A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Serbia – Republic of Serbia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentSerbia contains two autonomous regions, Vojvodina and Kosovo and Metohija.[lower-alpha 6] The latter is under the de facto control of Kosovo.

 Seychelles – Republic of Seychelles A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Sierra Leone – Republic of Sierra Leone A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Singapore – Republic of Singapore A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Slovakia – Slovak Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Slovenia – Republic of Slovenia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Solomon Islands A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentThe Solomon Islands is a Commonwealth realm.[lower-alpha 5]

 Somalia – Federal Republic of Somalia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentSomalia is a federation of six states. Two, Puntland and Galmudug, have self-declared autonomy, while one, Somaliland, is de facto independent.

ZZZSomaliland → Somaliland A UN member state A None
 South Africa – Republic of South Africa A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

South Korea → Korea, South A UN member state A None
ZZZSouth Ossetia → South Ossetia A UN member state A None
 South Sudan – Republic of South Sudan A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentSouth Sudan is a federation of 10 states and three administrative areas.

  • The Abyei Area is a zone with "special administrative status" established by the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005. It is de jure a condominium of South Sudan and Sudan, but de facto administered by two competing administrations and the United Nations.[51][52]
 Spain – Kingdom of Spain A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3] Spain is divided into 17 autonomous communities and two special autonomous cities.[lower-alpha 6][lower-alpha 31]

 Sri Lanka – Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka[lower-alpha 32] A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Sudan

 – Republic of the Sudan

A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentSudan is a federation of 18 states.

  • The Abyei Area is a zone with "special administrative status" established by the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005. It is de jure a condominium of South Sudan and Sudan, but de facto administered by two competing administrations and the United Nations.[51][52]
ZZZSudan, South → South Sudan A UN member state A None
 Suriname – Republic of Suriname A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

Swaziland → Eswatini A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Sweden – Kingdom of Sweden A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentMember of the EU.[lower-alpha 3]

 Switzerland – Swiss Confederation A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentSwitzerland is a federation of 26 cantons.

 Syria – Syrian Arab Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentThe Syrian National Coalition, which is recognised as the legitimate representative of the Syrian people by 20 UN members, has established an interim government to rule rebel controlled territory during the Syrian civil war. Syria has one self-declared autonomous region: Rojava.

ZZZTaiwan (Republic of China) → Taiwan A UN member state A None
 Tajikistan – Republic of Tajikistan A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentTajikistan contains one autonomous region, Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province.[lower-alpha 6]

 Tanzania – United Republic of Tanzania A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentTanzania contains one autonomous region, Zanzibar.[lower-alpha 6]

 Thailand – Kingdom of Thailand A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

The Bahamas → Bahamas, The A UN member state A None
The Gambia → Gambia, The A UN member state A None
Timor-Leste → East Timor A UN member state A None
 Togo – Togolese Republic A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Tonga – Kingdom of Tonga A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

ZZZTransnistria → Transnistria A UN member state A None
 Trinidad and Tobago – Republic of Trinidad and Tobago A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentTrinidad and Tobago contains one autonomous region, Tobago.[lower-alpha 6]

 Tunisia – Republic of Tunisia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Turkey – Republic of Turkey A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Turkmenistan A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Tuvalu A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentTuvalu is a Commonwealth realm.[lower-alpha 5]

 Uganda

 – Republic of Uganda

A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Ukraine A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentUkraine contains one autonomous region, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea,[lower-alpha 6] however it is under the de facto control of Russia.

 United Arab Emirates A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentThe United Arab Emirates is a federation of seven emirates.

 United Kingdom – United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentFormer EU member in transition.[lower-alpha 33] The United Kingdom is a Commonwealth realm[lower-alpha 5] consisting of four constituent countries; England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. The United Kingdom has the following 13 overseas territories and one claimed Antarctic dependent territory:

The British monarch also has direct sovereignty over three self-governing Crown dependencies:

 United States – United States of America A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentThe United States is a federation of 50 states, one federal district, and one incorporated territory. Additionally, the Federal government of the United States has sovereignty over 13 unincorporated territories. Of these territories, the following five are inhabited possessions:

It also has sovereignty over several uninhabited territories:

It also disputes sovereignty over the following two territories:

Three sovereign states have become associated states of the United States under the Compact of Free Association:

 Uruguay – Oriental Republic of Uruguay A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Uzbekistan – Republic of Uzbekistan A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentUzbekistan contains one autonomous region, Karakalpakstan.[lower-alpha 6]

 Vanuatu – Republic of Vanuatu A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Vatican City – Vatican City State A UN observer state under the designation of "Holy See"; member of three UN specialized agencies and the IAEA A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentAdministered by the Holy See, a sovereign entity with diplomatic relations to Àdàkọ:Numrec. This figure consists of Àdàkọ:Numrec UN member states, the Cook Islands, the Republic of China (Taiwan), and the State of Palestine.[53] In addition, the European Union and the Sovereign Military Order of Malta maintain diplomatic relations with the Holy See. The Holy See is a member of the IAEA, ITU, UPU, and WIPO and a permanent observer of the UN (in the category of "Non-member State")[49] and multiple other UN System organizations. The Vatican City is governed by officials appointed by the Pope, who is the Bishop of the Diocese of Rome and ex officio sovereign of Vatican City.

 Venezuela – Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:ExtentVenezuela is a federation of 23 states, one capital district, and federal dependencies.

 Vietnam – Socialist Republic of Vietnam A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Yemen – Republic of Yemen A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Zambia – Republic of Zambia A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

 Zimbabwe – Republic of Zimbabwe A UN member state A None

Àdàkọ:Extent

ZZZUN member states and observer states A ZZZ ZZZ
ZZZ AB B
ZZZ↓ Other states ↓ D AAA ZZZ
 Abkhazia – Republic of Abkhazia D No membership Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentRecognised by Russia, Nauru, Nicaragua, Syria, Venezuela, Artsakh, South Ossetia and Transnistria.[54] Claimed in whole by Georgia as the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia.

Àdàkọ:Country data Artsakh – Republic of Artsakh[lower-alpha 34] D No membership Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentA de facto independent state,[55][56][57] recognised only by Abkhazia,[58] South Ossetia[58] and Transnistria.[58][59] Claimed in whole by Azerbaijan.[60]

 Cook Islands

D Member of eight UN specialized agencies A None
(See political status)

Àdàkọ:ExtentA state in free association with New Zealand, Àdàkọ:Numrel. The Cook Islands is a member of multiple UN agencies with full treaty making capacity.[37] It shares a head of state with New Zealand as well as having shared citizenship.

 Kosovo – Republic of Kosovo D Member of two UN specialized agencies Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentPursuant to United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244, Kosovo was placed under the administration of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo in 1999.[61] Kosovo declared independence in 2008, and it has Àdàkọ:Numrec and the Republic of China, while 18 states have recognized Kosovo only to later withdraw their recognition.[62] Serbia continues to maintain its sovereignty claim over Kosovo. Other UN member states and non UN member states continue to recognise Serbian sovereignty or have taken no position on the question. Kosovo is a member of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group. The Republic of Kosovo has de facto control over most of the territory, with limited control in North Kosovo.

 Niue D Member of five UN specialized agencies A None
(See political status)

Àdàkọ:ExtentA state in free association with New Zealand, Àdàkọ:Numrel. Niue is a member of multiple UN agencies with full treaty making capacity.[37] It shares a head of state with New Zealand as well as having shared citizenship.

 Northern Cyprus – Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus D No membership Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:Extent Recognised only by Turkey. Under the name "Turkish Cypriot State", it is an observer state of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation and the Economic Cooperation Organization. Northern Cyprus is claimed in whole by the Republic of Cyprus.[63]

 Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic D No membership Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentRecognised at some stage by Àdàkọ:Numrec, Àdàkọ:Numrec of which have since withdrawn or frozen their recognition. It is a founding member of the African Union and the Asian–African Strategic Partnership formed at the 2005 Asian–African Conference. The territories under its control, the so-called Free Zone, are claimed in whole by Morocco as part of its Southern Provinces. In turn, the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic claims the part of Western Sahara to the west of the Moroccan Wall controlled by Morocco. Its government resides in exile in Tindouf, Algeria.

 Somaliland – Republic of Somaliland D No membership Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentA de facto independent state,[55][64][65][66][67] not diplomatically recognised by any other state, claimed in whole by the Federal Republic of Somalia.[68]

 South Ossetia – Republic of South Ossetia–the State of Alania D No membership Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentA de facto independent state,[69] recognised by Russia, Nicaragua, Nauru, Syria, Venezuela, Abkhazia, Artsakh and Transnistria. Claimed in whole by Georgia as the Provisional Administrative Entity of South Ossetia.[70]

 Taiwan – Republic of China[lower-alpha 12] DFormer UN member (as Republic of China, 1945–1971)
Observer in one UN specialized agency under the name "Chinese Taipei"
Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentA state competing (nominally) for recognition with the People's Republic of China (PRC) as the government of China since 1949. The Republic of China (ROC) controls the island of Taiwan and associated islands, Quemoy, Matsu, the Pratas and parts of the Spratly Islands, and has not renounced claims over its annexed territories on the mainland.[71] The ROC is recognised by Àdàkọ:Numrec. All these states do not recognise the PRC either. Additionally, one UN member (Bhutan) has refrained from recognising either the ROC or the PRC.

The territory of the ROC is claimed in whole by the PRC.[lower-alpha 13] The ROC participates in international organizations under a variety of pseudonyms, most commonly "Chinese Taipei" and in the WTO it has full membership. The ROC was a founding member of the UN and enjoyed membership from 1945 to 1971, with veto power in the UN Security Council. See China and the United Nations.

Àdàkọ:Country data Transnistria – Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic D No membership Àdàkọ:Claimedby

Àdàkọ:ExtentA de facto independent state,[55] recognised only by Abkhazia, Artsakh and South Ossetia.[54] Claimed in whole by Moldova as the Transnistria autonomous territorial unit.[72]

ZZZ↑ Other states ↑ D ZZZ ZZZ
ZZZZ ZZZZ ZZZZ
Legend "Membership within the UN System" column
  UN Member states
  UN Observer states
  Member of a UN Specialized Agency
  Observer in a UN Specialized Agency
  No membership in the UN System
Legend "Sovereignty dispute" column
  Undisputed sovereignty
  Sovereignty disputed

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