United Nations Members

The United Nations (UN) is an intergovernmental organization established on 24 October 1945 to promote international co-operation.  There are 193 members:

Afghanistan Dominican Republic Lithuania Senegal
Albania East Timor Luxembourg Serbia
Algeria Ecuador Macedonia Seychelles
Andorra Egypt Madagascar Sierra Leone
Angola El Salvador Malawi Singapore
Antigua & Barbuda Equatorial Guinea Malaysia Slovakia
Argentina Eritrea Maldives Slovenia
Armenia Estonia Mali Solomon Islands
Australia Ethiopia Malta Somalia
Austria Fiji Marshall Islands South Africa
Azerbaijan Finland Mauritania South Korea
Bahamas France Mauritius South Sudan
Bahrain Gabon Mexico Spain
Bangladesh Gambia Micronesia Sri Lanka
Barbados Georgia Moldova St Kitts and Nevis
Belarus Germany Monaco St Lucia
Belgium Ghana Mongolia St Vincent & Grenadines
Belize Greece Montenegro Sudan
Benin Grenada Morocco Suriname
Bhutan Guatemala Mozambique Swaziland
Bolivia Guinea Myanmar Sweden
Bosnia & Herzegovina Guinea-Bissau Namibia Switzerland
Botswana Guyana Nauru Syria
Brazil Haiti Nepal Tajikistan
Brunei Honduras Netherlands Tanzania
Bulgaria Hungary New Zealand Thailand
Burkina Faso Iceland Nicaragua Togo
Burundi India Niger Tonga
Cambodia Indonesia Nigeria Trinidad and Tobago
Cameroon Iran North Korea Tunisia
Canada Iraq Norway Turkey
Cape Verde Ireland Oman Turkmenistan
Central African Republic Israel Pakistan Tuvalu
Chad Italy Palau Uganda
Chile Jamaica Panama Ukraine
China Japan Papua New Guinea United Arab Emirates
Colombia Jordan Paraguay United Kingdom
Comoros Kazakhstan Peru United States of America
Congo Kenya Philippines Uruguay
Congo (Democratic Republic of) Kiribati Poland Uzbekistan
Costa Rica Kuwait Portugal Vanuatu
Côte d'Ivoire Kyrgyzstan Qatar Venezuela
Croatia Laos Romania Vietnam
Cuba Latvia Russia Yemen
Cyprus Lebanon Rwanda Zambia
Czech Republic Lesotho Samoa Zimbabwe
Denmark Liberia San Marino  
Djibouti Libya Sao Tome & Principe   
Dominica Liechtenstein Saudi Arabia