Member States

A

  • (212) 750-1960
  • (212) 750-1962
  • (212) 750-1965
  • (212) 750-1966
1 November

 

  • (212) 861-5656
  • (212) 861-5787
  • (212) 861-5789
11 November (Independence Day)

 

B

  • (212) 421 6925
  • (212) 421 6926
  • (212) 421 6929
10 July (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 535-3420
3 July (Independence Day)

On 19 September 1991, the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic informed the United Nations that it had changed its name to Belarus.

 

  • (212) 682-2268
  • (212) 682-2312
  • (212) 682-2371
  • (212) 682-2752
17 December (National Day)

 

  • (212) 682-8132
  • (212) 682-8133
  • (212) 682-4113
6 August (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 751-9015
N/A

The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was an original Member of the United Nations, the Charter having been signed on its behalf on 26 June 1945 and ratified 19 October 1945, until its dissolution following the establishment and subsequent admission as new Members of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Slovenia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
The Republic of Croatia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/238 of 22 May 1992.
The Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/237 of 22 May 1992.
The Republic of Slovenia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/236 of 22 May 1992.
By resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993, the General Assembly decided to admit as a Member of the United Nations the State being provisionally referred to for all purposes within the United Nations as "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" pending settlement of the difference that had arisen over its name.
The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/55/12 of 1 November 2000.
On 4 February 2003, following the adoption and promulgation of the Constitutional Charter of Serbia and Montenegro by the Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the official name of " Federal Republic of Yugoslavia" was changed to Serbia and Montenegro.
In a letter dated 3 June 2006, the President of the Republic of Serbia informed the Secretary-General that the membership of Serbia and Montenegro was being continued by the Republic of Serbia, following Montenegro's declaration of independence.
Montenegro held a 21 May 2006 referendum and declared itself independent from Serbia on 3 June.
On 28 June 2006 it was accepted as a United Nations Member State by General Assembly resolution A/RES/60/264.

 

  • (212) 889-2277
  • (212) 889-2331
  • (212) 889-2491
  • (212) 889-2772
30 September

 

C

  • (212) 472-0333
5 July

The Republic of Cabo Verde changed its official name from The Republic of Cape Verde on 24 October 2013 in a request submitted to the Secretary-General by the country's Permanent Representative to the United Nations.

 

  • (212) 794-2295
  • (212) 794-2296
  • (212) 794-2297
  • (212) 794-2298
  • (212) 794-2299
20 May

 

  • (212) 744-7840
  • (212) 744-7841
15 August (National Day)

 

  • (646) 649-5061
  • (646) 649-5986
  • (646) 649-9572
7 August

 

  • (212) 986-1585
25 June

The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was an original Member of the United Nations, the Charter having been signed on its behalf on 26 June 1945 and ratified 19 October 1945, until its dissolution following the establishment and subsequent admission as new Members of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Slovenia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
The Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/237 of 22 May 1992.
The Republic of Croatia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/238 of 22 May 1992.
The Republic of Slovenia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/236 of 22 May 1992.
By resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993, the General Assembly decided to admit as a Member of the United Nations the State being provisionally referred to for all purposes within the United Nations as "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" pending settlement of the difference that had arisen over its name.
The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/55/12 of 1 November 2000.
On 4 February 2003, following the adoption and promulgation of the Constitutional Charter of Serbia and Montenegro by the Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the official name of " Federal Republic of Yugoslavia" was changed to Serbia and Montenegro.
In a letter dated 3 June 2006, the President of the Republic of Serbia informed the Secretary-General that the membership of Serbia and Montenegro was being continued by the Republic of Serbia, following Montenegro's declaration of independence.
Montenegro held a 21 May 2006 referendum and declared itself independent from Serbia on 3 June.
On 28 June 2006 it was accepted as a United Nations Member State by General Assembly resolution A/RES/60/264.

 

  • (212) 689-7215
  • (212) 689-7216
  • (212) 689-7217
1 January (Anniversary of the Revolution)

 

  • (212) 481-6023
  • (212) 481-6024
  • (212) 481-6025
1 October (Independence Day)

 

  • (646) 786-7631
28 October

Czechoslovakia was an original Member of the United Nations from 24 October 1945.
In a letter dated 10 December 1992, its Permanent Representative informed the Secretary-General that the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic would cease to exist on 31 December 1992 and that the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic, as successor States, would apply for membership in the United Nations.
Following the receipt of their application, the Security Council, on 8 January 1993, recommended to the General Assembly that the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic be both admitted to United Nations membership. Both the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic were thus admitted on 19 January of that year as Member States.
On 17 May 2016 the Permanent Mission of the Czech Republic to the United Nations informed the UN that the short name to be used for the country is Czechia.

 

D

  • (212) 972-3105
  • (212) 972-3106
  • (212) 972-3128
9 September (Foundation of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea)

 

  • (212) 319-8061
30 June (Independence Day)

Zaire joined the United Nations on 20 September 1960. 
On 17 May 1997, its name was changed to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 

 

  • (212) 867-0833
  • (212) 867-0834
  • (212) 661-2432
27 February (Independence Day)

 

E

  • (212) 503-0300
23 July (National Day)

Egypt and Syria were original Members of the United Nations from 24 October 1945.
Following a plebiscite on 21 February 1958, the United Arab Republic was established by a union of Egypt and Syria and continued as a single Member.
On 13 October 1961, Syria, having resumed its status as an independent State, resumed its separate membership in the United Nations.
On 2 September 1971, the United Arab Republic changed its name to the Arab Republic of Egypt.

 

  • (212) 679-1616
  • (212) 679-1617
15 September (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 223-2324
  • (212) 223-2325
  • (212) 223-2348
12 October (Independence Day)

 

F

G

  • (212) 940-0400
3 October

The Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic were admitted to membership in the United Nations on 18 September 1973. 
Through the accession of the German Democratic Republic to the Federal Republic of Germany, effective from 3 October 1990, the two German States united to form one sovereign State.

 

  • (212) 599-0301
  • (212) 599-0302
7 February (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 687-8115
2 October (Independence Day)

 

H

I

  • (212) 593-2700
  • (646) 282-9370
17 June (Anniversary of the establishment of the Republic)

 

  • (212) 490-9660
  • (212) 490-9661
26 January (Anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic)

 

  • (212) 972-8333
17 August (Independence Day)

By letter of 20 January 1965, Indonesia announced its decision to withdraw from the United Nations "at this stage and under the present circumstances".
By telegram of 19 September 1966, it announced its decision "to resume full cooperation with the United Nations and to resume participation in its activities".
On 28 September 1966, the General Assembly took note of this decision and the President invited representatives of Indonesia to take seats in the Assembly.

 

J

K

  • (212) 230-1900
  • (212) 230-1192
  • (212) 230-1167
16 December (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 867-3310
  • 867-3320 (fax)
12 July (Independence Day)

 

L

  • (212) 838-8877
  • (212) 838-9018
18 November (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 661-1690
  • (212) 661-1691
  • (212) 661-1692
4 October

 

  • (212) 687-1033
  • (212) 687-1034
26 July (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 752-5775
24 December (Independence Day)

Following the adoption by the General Assembly of resolution 66/1, the Permanent Mission of Libya to the United Nations formally notified the United Nations of a Declaration by the National Transitional Council of 3 August changing the official name of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya to "Libya" and changing Libya's national flag.

 

M

  • (212) 986-9491
  • (212) 986-9492
  • (212) 986-2827
26 June (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 986-6310
31 August

The Federation of Malaya joined the United Nations on 17 September 1957.
On 16 September 1963, its name was changed to Malaysia, following the admission to the new federation of Singapore, Sabah (North Borneo) and Sarawak.
Singapore became an independent State on 9 August 1965 and a Member of the United Nations on 21 September 1965.

 

  • (212) 737-4150
  • (212) 794-1311
22 September (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 252-0113
  • (212) 252-0141
28 November (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 861-9460
  • (212) 472-6517
  • (212) 737-3874
11 July

 

  • (212) 661-3700
N/A

The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was an original Member of the United Nations, the Charter having been signed on its behalf on 26 June 1945 and ratified 19 October 1945, until its dissolution following the establishment and subsequent admission as new Members of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Slovenia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
The Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/237 of 22 May 1992.
The Republic of Croatia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/238 of 22 May 1992.
The Republic of Slovenia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/236 of 22 May 1992.
By resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993, the General Assembly decided to admit as a Member of the United Nations the State being provisionally referred to for all purposes within the United Nations as "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" pending settlement of the difference that had arisen over its name.
The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/55/12 of 1 November 2000.
On 4 February 2003, following the adoption and promulgation of the Constitutional Charter of Serbia and Montenegro by the Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the official name of " Federal Republic of Yugoslavia" was changed to Serbia and Montenegro.
In a letter dated 3 June 2006, the President of the Republic of Serbia informed the Secretary-General that the membership of Serbia and Montenegro was being continued by the Republic of Serbia, following Montenegro's declaration of independence.
Montenegro held a 21 May 2006 referendum and declared itself independent from Serbia on 3 June.
On 28 June 2006 it was accepted as a United Nations Member State by General Assembly resolution A/RES/60/264.

 

  • (212) 644-6800
  • (212) 644-5965
25 June (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 744-1271
  • (212) 744-1275
  • (212) 744-1279
4 January (Independence Day)

 

N

  • (212) 370-3988
  • (212) 370-3989
7 July (Birthday of His Majesty the King)

 

  • (212) 421-3260
  • (212) 421-3261
  • (212) 421-3286
18 December (Proclamation of the Republic)

 

O

P

  • (212) 421-5420
  • (212) 421-5421
  • (212) 759-1779
3 November (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 687-3336
  • (212) 277-8467
28 July (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 759-9444
  • (212) 759-9445
  • (212) 759-9446
  • (212) 759-9447
10 June

 

Q

R

  • (212) 682-3273
  • (212) 682-3274
  • (212) 818-1491
  • (212) 818-1496
  • (212) 972-3230
1 December

 

  • (212) 861-4900
  • (212) 861-4901
12 June

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was an original Member of the United Nations from 24 October 1945.
In a letter dated 24 December 1991, Boris Yeltsin, the President of the Russian Federation, informed the Secretary-General that the membership of the Soviet Union in the Security Council and all other United Nations organs was being continued by the Russian Federation with the support of the 11 member countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States.

 

  • (212) 679-9010
  • (212) 679-9023
  • (212) 679-9024
1 July (Independence Day)

 

S

  • (212) 599-6196
  • (212) 599-6197
1 June (Independence Celebration Day)

 

  • (212) 517-9030
  • (212) 517-9031
  • (212) 517-9032
4 April (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 879-8700
15 February (Day of Statehood)

The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was an original Member of the United Nations, the Charter having been signed on its behalf on 26 June 1945 and ratified 19 October 1945, until its dissolution following the establishment and subsequent admission as new Members of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Slovenia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
The Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/237 of 22 May 1992. The Republic of Croatia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/238 of 22 May 1992. The Republic of Slovenia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/236 of 22 May 1992. By resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993, the General Assembly decided to admit as a Member of the United Nations the State being provisionally referred to for all purposes within the United Nations as "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" pending settlement of the difference that had arisen over its name. The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/55/12 of 1 November 2000.
On 4 February 2003, following the adoption and promulgation of the Constitutional Charter of Serbia and Montenegro by the Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the official name of " Federal Republic of Yugoslavia" was changed to Serbia and Montenegro.
In a letter dated 3 June 2006, the President of the Republic of Serbia informed the Secretary-General that the membership of Serbia and Montenegro was being continued by the Republic of Serbia, following Montenegro's declaration of independence. 

 

 

  • (212) 826-0840
  • (212) 826-0841
  • (212) 826-0842
  • (212) 826-0843
  • (212) 826-0844
9 August

The Federation of Malaya joined the United Nations on 17 September 1957.
On 16 September 1963, its name was changed to Malaysia, following the admission to the new federation of Singapore, Sabah (North Borneo) and Sarawak.
Singapore became an independent State on 9 August 1965 and a Member of the United Nations on 21 September 1965.

 

  • (212) 286-8880
1 September (Constitution Day)

Czechoslovakia was an original Member of the United Nations from 24 October 1945.
In a letter dated 10 December 1992, its Permanent Representative informed the Secretary-General that the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic would cease to exist on 31 December 1992 and that the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic, as successor States, would apply for membership in the United Nations.
Following the receipt of their application, the Security Council, on 8 January 1993, recommended to the General Assembly that the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic be both admitted to United Nations membership. Both the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic were thus admitted on 19 January of that year as Member States.

 

  • (212) 370-3007
25 June

The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was an original Member of the United Nations, the Charter having been signed on its behalf on 26 June 1945 and ratified 19 October 1945, until its dissolution following the establishment and subsequent admission as new Members of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Slovenia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
The Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/237 of 22 May 1992. The Republic of Croatia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/238 of 22 May 1992. The Republic of Slovenia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/236 of 22 May 1992. By resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993, the General Assembly decided to admit as a Member of the United Nations the State being provisionally referred to for all purposes within the United Nations as "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" pending settlement of the difference that had arisen over its name. The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/55/12 of 1 November 2000.
On 4 February 2003, following the adoption and promulgation of the Constitutional Charter of Serbia and Montenegro by the Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the official name of " Federal Republic of Yugoslavia" was changed to Serbia and Montenegro.
In a letter dated 3 June 2006, the President of the Republic of Serbia informed the Secretary-General that the membership of Serbia and Montenegro was being continued by the Republic of Serbia, following Montenegro's declaration of independence.
Montenegro held a 21 May 2006 referendum and declared itself independent from Serbia on 3 June.
On 28 June 2006 it was accepted as a United Nations Member State by General Assembly resolution A/RES/60/264.

 

9 July

The Republic of South Sudan formally seceded from Sudan on 9 July 2011 as a result of an internationally monitored referendum held in January 2011, and ‎was admitted as a new Member State ‎by the United Nations General Assembly on 14 ‎July 2011.

 

  • (212) 826-0660
  • (212) 826-0661
  • (212) 826-0662
  • (212) 826-0663
25 November (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 661-1313
17 April (Independence Day)

Egypt and Syria were original Members of the United Nations from 24 October 1945.
Following a plebiscite on 21 February 1958, the United Arab Republic was established by a union of Egypt and Syria and continued as a single Member.
On 13 October 1961, Syria, having resumed its status as an independent State, resumed its separate membership in the United Nations.
On 2 September 1971, the United Arab Republic changed its name to the Arab Republic of Egypt.

 

T

  • (212) 308-8504
  • (212) 308-8723
2 August

The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was an original Member of the United Nations, the Charter having been signed on its behalf on 26 June 1945 and ratified 19 October 1945, until its dissolution following the establishment and subsequent admission as new Members of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Slovenia, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
The Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/237 of 22 May 1992.
The Republic of Croatia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/238 of 22 May 1992.
The Republic of Slovenia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/46/236 of 22 May 1992.
By resolution A/RES/47/225 of 8 April 1993, the General Assembly decided to admit as a Member of the United Nations the State being provisionally referred to for all purposes within the United Nations as "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" pending settlement of the difference that had arisen over its name.
The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was admitted as a Member of the United Nations by General Assembly resolution A/RES/55/12 of 1 November 2000.
On 4 February 2003, following the adoption and promulgation of the Constitutional Charter of Serbia and Montenegro by the Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the official name of " Federal Republic of Yugoslavia" was changed to Serbia and Montenegro.
In a letter dated 3 June 2006, the President of the Republic of Serbia informed the Secretary-General that the membership of Serbia and Montenegro was being continued by the Republic of Serbia, following Montenegro's declaration of independence.
Montenegro held a 21 May 2006 referendum and declared itself independent from Serbia on 3 June.
On 28 June 2006 it was accepted as a United Nations Member State by General Assembly resolution A/RES/60/264.

 

  • (212) 490-3455
  • (212) 490-3456
27 April (National Day)

 

  • (212) 751-7503
  • (212) 751-7534
  • (212) 751-5069
20 March (Independence Day)

 

U

  • (212) 949-0110
  • (212) 949-0111
  • (212) 949-0112
  • (212) 949-0113
9 October (Independence Day)

 

  • (212) 972-9160
26 April (Union Day)

Tanganyika was a Member of the United Nations from 14 December 1961 and Zanzibar was a Member from 16 December 1963.
Following the ratification on 26 April 1964 of Articles of Union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar, the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar continued as a single Member, changing its name to the United Republic of Tanzania on 1 November 1964.

 

V

  • (212) 644-0594
  • (212) 644-0831
  • (212) 644-1564
2 September (Independence Day)

 

Y

  • (212) 355-1730
  • (212) 355-1731
22 May

Yemen was admitted to membership in the United Nations on 30 September 1947 and Democratic Yemen on 14 December 1967.
On 22 May 1990, the two countries merged and have since been represented as one Member with the name "Yemen".

 

Z

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