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Vietnam Trade Agreements

TRADE ASSOCIATIONS, FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL AGREEMENTS

Vietnam is a full member of, or signatory to, a number of international trade-related associations and agreements, as well as environmental pacts. Among them are the following:

ASSOCIATIONS AND AGREEMENTS

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)

www.apec.org

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation organization aims to foster sustainable economic growth and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region. It promotes free and open trade and investment, regional economic integration, economic and technical cooperation, human security, and a favorable and sustainable business environment.

Members
Australia Indonesia Peru Thailand
Brunei Japan Philippines United States
Canada Malaysia Russia Vietnam
Chile Mexico Singapore  
China New Zealand South Korea  
Hong Kong Papua New Guinea Taipei  
Asian Development Bank (ADB)

www.adb.org

The Asian Development Bank is dedicated to reducing, and ultimately eradicating, poverty in the Asia and Pacific region. Founded in 1966, it supports its member countries through loans, grants, policy dialogue, technical assistance, and equity investments, with an emphasis on infrastructure, health care services, financial and public administration systems, climate, and natural-resource management.

Regional Members
Afghanistan Hong Kong Mongolia South Korea
Armenia India Myanmar Sri Lanka
Australia Indonesia Nauru Taipei
Azerbaijan Japan Nepal Tajikistan
Bangladesh Kazakhstan New Zealand Thailand
Bhutan Kiribati Pakistan Timor-Leste
Brunei Kyrgyzstan Palau Tonga
Cambodia Laos Papua New Guinea Turkmenistan
China Malaysia Philippines Tuvalu
Cook Islands Maldives Samoa Uzbekistan
Fiji Marshall Islands Singapore Vanuatu
Georgia Micronesia Solomon Islands Vietnam
Non-Regional Members
Austria France Netherlands Switzerland
Belgium Germany Norway Turkey
Canada Ireland Portugal UK
Denmark Italy Spain US
Finland Luxembourg Sweden  
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

www.asean.org

ASEAN aims to build a prosperous and peaceful community of Southeast Asian nations by helping accelerate economic growth, social progress, and cultural development in the region. It promotes regional peace and stability through collaboration and mutual assistance in the economic, social, cultural, technical, scientific and administrative fields.

Members
Brunei Laos Philippines Vietnam
Cambodia Malaysia Singapore  
Indonesia Myanmar Thailand  
Coalition of Agricultural Exporting Nations (Cairns Group)

cairnsgroup.org

The Cairns Group is a coalition of 20 agricultural exporting countries from Latin America, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region. Together the members account for more than 25 percent of the world’s agricultural exports. Consisting of both developed and developing economies, the Cairns Group advocates for the liberalization of agricultural trade. Its goals include the elimination of export subsidies, tariff controls, and clearer rules surrounding subsidy commitments.

Members
Argentina Chile Malaysia Philippines
Australia Colombia New Zealand South Africa
Bolivia Costa Rica Pakistan Thailand
Brazil Guatemala Paraguay Uruguay
Canada Indonesia Peru Vietnam
Convention on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (Harmonized System, or HS)

www.wcoomd.org/en/topics/nomenclature/instrument-and-tools/hs_convention.aspx

The Convention on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System is an international product nomenclature developed by the World Customs Organization. It is made up of about 5,000 commodity groups identified by a six-digit code. A product’s code determines the applicable duty rate, and indicates what licenses or permits are required. The HS contributes to the harmonization of customs and trade procedures, and reduces costs associated with international trade. The HS, in use in more than 200 countries, is also used to classify goods for other purposes, such as internal taxes, trade policies, monitoring of controlled goods, rules of origin, freight tariffs, transport statistics, price monitoring, quota controls, compilation of national accounts, and economic research and analysis.

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

www.unctad.org/Templates/Page.asp?intItemID=1418&lang=1

The Generalized System of Preferences is a system of exemptions that requires all WTO members to treat imports from all other member states equally and provides free rates of duty on imports from developing countries.

Members
Afghanistan Costa Rica China-Macau Samoa
Albania Côte d’Ivoire Macedonia Samoa (American)
Algeria Croatia Madagascar São Tomé and Príncipe
American Samoa Cuba Malawi Saudi Arabia
Angola Djibouti Malaysia Senegal
Anguilla Dominica Maldives Serbia
Antarctica Dominican Republic Mali LDC Seychelles
Antigua and Barbuda Ecuador Marshall Islands Sierra Leone
Antilles (Netherlands) Egypt Mauritania LDC Singapore
Argentina El Salvador Mauritius Solomon Islands
Armenia Equatorial Guinea Mayotte Somalia
Aruba Eritrea Mexico South Africa
Ascension Ethiopia Micronesia South Korea
Azerbaijan Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Moldova Southern Sandwich Islands
Bahamas Fiji Mongolia Sri Lanka
Bahrain French Polynesia Montenegro Sudan
Bangladesh French Southern and Antarctic Territories Montserrat Suriname
Barbados Gabon Morocco Swaziland
Belarus Gambia Mozambique Syria
Belize Georgia Myanmar China-Taiwan
Benin Ghana Namibia Tajikistan
Bermuda Gibraltar Nauru Tanzania
Bhutan Greenland Nepal Thailand
Bolivia Grenada New Caledonia and Dependencies Timor-Leste
Bosnia and Herzegovina Guam Nicaragua Togo
Botswana Guatemala Niger Tokelau
Bouvet Islands Guinea Nigeria Tonga
Brazil Guinea-Bissau Niue Trinidad and Tobago
British Antarctic Territory Guyana Norfolk Island Tristan da Cunha
British Indian Ocean Territory Haiti North Africa (Spain) Tunisia
British Virgin Islands Heard Island and McDonald Islands North Korea Turkey
Brunei Darussalam Honduras Northern Mariana Islands Turkmenistan
Burkina Faso China-Hong Kong Occupied Palestinian Territories Turks and Caicos Islands
Burundi India Oman Tuvalu
Cambodia Indonesia Pakistan Uganda
Cameroon Iran Palau Ukraine
Canary Islands Iraq Panama United Arab Emirates
Cape Verde Israel Papua New Guinea Uruguay
Caroline Islands Jamaica Paraguay US Minor Outlying Islands
Cayman Islands Jordan Peru Uzbekistan
Central African Republic Kazakhstan Philippines Vanuatu
Ceuta and Melilla Kenya Pitcairn Island Venezuela
Chad Kiribati Qatar Vietnam
Chile Kosovo Russia Virgin Islands (UK)
China Kuwait Rwanda Virgin Islands (US)
Christmas Island Kyrgyzstan Saint Helena and Dependencies Wallis and Futuna Islands
Cocos Laos Saint Kitts and Nevis West Bank and Gaza Strip
Colombia Lebanon Saint Lucia Western Sahara
Comoros Lesotho Saint Martin Yemen
Congo Liberia Saint Pierre and Miquelon Zambia
Cook Islands Libya Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Zimbabwe
Group of 77 (G-77) 

www.g77.org

Established by seventy-seven developing countries in 1964, the Group of 77 has grown to include 134 countries and is the largest intergovernmental organization of developing countries in the United Nations. It provides its member nations with a means to articulate their shared interests and positions on economic development and monetary policy at the UN, and to promote their collective interests in global discussions and negotiations.

Members
Afghanistan Dominica Malawi Saudi Arabia
Algeria Dominican Republic Malaysia Senegal
Angola Ecuador Maldives Seychelles
Antigua and Barbuda Egypt Mali Sierra Leone
Argentina El Salvador Marshall Islands Singapore
Bahamas Equatorial Guinea Mauritania Solomon Islands
Bahrain Eritrea Mauritius Somalia
Bangladesh Ethiopia Micronesia South Africa
Barbados Fiji Mongolia South Sudan
Belize Gabon Morocco Sri Lanka
Benin Gambia Mozambique Sudan
Bhutan Ghana Myanmar Suriname
Bolivia Grenada Namibia Swaziland
Bosnia and Herzegovina Guatemala Nauru Syrian Arab Republic
Botswana Guinea Nepal Tajikistan
Brazil Guinea-Bissau Nicaragua Tanzania
Brunei Darussalam Guyana Niger Thailand
Burkina Faso Haiti Nigeria Timor-Leste
Burundi Honduras North Korea Togo
Cambodia India Oman Tonga
Cameroon Indonesia Pakistan Trinidad and Tobago
Cape Verde Iran Palestine Tunisia
Central African Republic Iraq Panama Turkmenistan
Chad Jamaica Papua New Guinea Uganda
Chile Jordan Paraguay United Arab Emirates
China Kenya Peru Uruguay
Colombia Kiribati Philippines Vanuatu
Comoros Kuwait Qatar Venezuela
Congo Laos Rwanda Vietnam
Costa Rica Lebanon Saint Kitts and Nevis Yemen
Côte d'Ivoire Lesotho Saint Lucia Zambia
Cuba Liberia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Zimbabwe
Democratic Republic of the Congo Libya Samoa  
Djibouti Madagascar São Tomé and Príncipe  
International Labour Organization (ILO)

www.ilo.org

The International Labour Organization, the UN’s first specialized agency, brings together government representatives, employers, and workers to promote workers' rights. It also encourages employment opportunities, enhances social protection, and strengthens dialogue in handling labor-related issues.

Members
Afghanistan Denmark Laos Saint Lucia
Albania Denmark-Faroe Islands Latvia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Algeria Denmark-Greenland Lebanon Samoa
American Samoa Djibouti Lesotho San Marino
Angola Dominica Liberia São Tomé and Príncipe
Anguilla Dominican Republic Libya Saudi Arabia
Antigua and Barbuda Ecuador Lithuania Senegal
Argentina Egypt Luxembourg Serbia
Armenia El Salvador Macedonia Seychelles
Aruba Equatorial Guinea Madagascar Sierra Leone
Australia Eritrea Malawi Singapore
Australia-Norfolk Island Estonia Malaysia Sint Maarten
Austria Ethiopia Malaysia-Peninsular Malaysia Slovakia
Azerbaijan Falkland Islands (Malvinas) Malaysia-Sabah Slovenia
Bahamas Fiji Malaysia-Sarawak Solomon Islands
Bahrain Finland Maldives Somalia
Bangladesh France Mali South Africa
Barbados France-French Polynesia Malta South Korea
Belarus France-French Southern and Antarctic Territories Marshall Islands South Sudan
Belgium France-New Caledonia Mauritania Spain
Belize Gabon Mauritius Sri Lanka
Benin Gambia Mexico Sudan
Bermuda Georgia Moldova Suriname
Bolivia Germany Mongolia Swaziland
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ghana Montenegro Sweden
Botswana Gibraltar Montserrat Switzerland
Brazil Greece Morocco Syria
British Virgin Islands Grenada Mozambique Tajikistan
Brunei Darussalam Guam Myanmar Tanganyika
Bulgaria Guatemala Namibia Tanzania
Burkina Faso Guernsey Nepal Thailand
Burundi Guinea Netherlands Timor-Leste
Cambodia Guinea New Zealand Togo
Cameroon Guyana Nicaragua Tokelau
Canada Haiti Niger Trinidad and Tobago
Cape Verde Honduras Nigeria Tunisia
Caribbean (Netherlands) Hungary Northern Mariana Islands Turkey
Cayman Islands Iceland Norway Turkmenistan
Central African Republic India Oman Tuvalu
Chad Indonesia Pakistan Uganda
Chile Iran Palau UK
China Iraq Panama Ukraine
China-Hong Kong Ireland Papua New Guinea United Arab Emirates
China-Macau Isle of Man Paraguay Uruguay
Colombia Israel Peru US
Comoros Italy Philippines Uzbekistan
Congo Jamaica Poland Vanuatu
Costa Rica Japan Portugal Venezuela
Côte d’Ivoire Jersey Puerto Rico Vietnam
Croatia Jordan Qatar Virgin Islands
Cuba Kazakhstan Romania Yemen
Curaçao Kenya Russia Zambia
Cyprus Kiribati Rwanda Zanzibar
Czech Republic Kuwait Saint Helena Zimbabwe
Democratic Republic of the Congo Kyrgyzstan Saint Kitts and Nevis  
International Monetary Fund (IMF)

www.imf.org

The International Monetary Fund aims to promote global monetary and exchange stability, facilitate the expansion and balanced growth of international trade, and assist in the establishment of a multilateral system of payments for current transactions.

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

www.wcoomd.org/en/topics/facilitation/instrument-and-tools/c onventions/pf_revised_kyoto_conv.aspx

The Revised Kyoto Convention on Customs Procedures was adopted by the World Customs Organization to provide customs administrations with simple and uniform administration principles and procedures. It is aimed at bringing transparency, predictability, and efficiency to international commerce.

Parties
Albania Dominican Republic Madagascar Saudi Arabia
Algeria Egypt Malawi Senegal
Armenia Estonia Malaysia Serbia
Australia European Union Mali Slovakia
Austria Fiji Malta Slovenia
Azerbaijan Finland Mauritius South Africa
Bahrain France Mongolia South Korea
Bangladesh Gabon Montenegro Spain
Belarus Germany Morocco Sri Lanka
Belgium Greece Mozambique Sudan
Bhutan Hungary Namibia Swaziland
Botswana India Netherlands Sweden
Bulgaria Indonesia New Zealand Switzerland
Cambodia Iran Nigeria Togo
Cameroon Ireland Norway Turkey
Canada Italy Oman Uganda
Cape Verde Japan Pakistan UK
China Jordan Papua New Guinea Ukraine
Côte d’Ivoire Kazakhstan Philippines United Arab Emirates
Croatia Kenya Poland US
Cuba Latvia Portugal Vietnam
Cyprus Lesotho Qatar Yemen
Czech Republic Lithuania Romania Yugoslavia
Democratic Republic of the Congo Luxembourg Russia Zambia
Denmark Macedonia Rwanda Zimbabwe
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

www.unctad.org

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development is the UN body responsible for dealing with development issues, particularly international trade. It promotes the integration of developing nations into the world economy through research and policy analysis, technical assistance, and the facilitation of intergovernmental deliberations. Every two years, UNCTAD organizes the World Investment Forum, which brings together major players from the international investment community to discuss challenges and opportunities and to promote investment policies and partnerships for sustainable development and equitable growth.

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

www.unescap.org

The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific is the regional development arm of the United Nations for the Asia-Pacific region. It aims to promote inclusive and sustainable economic and social development in the region by focusing on such areas as trade and investment, transportation, social development, environment, and disaster risk reduction.

Members
Afghanistan Iran Netherlands Thailand
Armenia Japan New Zealand Timor-Leste
Australia Kazakhstan North Korea Tonga
Azerbaijan Kiribati Pakistan Turkey
Bangladesh Kyrgyzstan Palau Turkmenistan
Bhutan Laos Papua New Guinea Tuvalu
Brunei Darussalam Malaysia Philippines UK
Cambodia Maldives Russia US
China Marshall Islands Samoa Uzbekistan
Fiji Micronesia Singapore Vanuatu
France Mongolia Solomon Islands Vietnam
Georgia Myanmar South Korea  
India Nauru Sri Lanka  
Indonesia Nepal Tajikistan  
United Nations Organization (UN), sometimes referred to as UNO

www.un.org

The United Nations is a world intergovernmental organization aimed at fostering global peace and security, economic development, social progress, and human rights. Its four main purposes are: to keep peace throughout the world; to develop friendly relations among nations; to help nations work together to improve the lives of poor people, to conquer hunger, disease and illiteracy, and to encourage respect for each other’s rights and freedoms; and to be a center for harmonizing the actions of nations to achieve these goals.

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