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Dates of membership of the Economic Commission for Europe 56 member countries

Albania 14 December 1955 Liechtenstein 18 September 1990
Andorra 28 July 1993 Lithuania 17 September 1991
Armenia 30 July 1993 1 Luxembourg 28 March 1947
Austria 14 December 1955 Malta
1 December 1964
Azerbaijan
30 July 1993 1
Moldova
2 March 1992
Belarus
28 March 1947
Monaco
27 May 1993
Belgium
28 March 1947
Montenegro
28 June 2006 5 6
Bosnia and Herzegovina
22 May 1992 *
Netherlands
28 March 1947
Bulgaria
14 December 1955
Norway
28 March 1947
Canada
9 August 1973
Poland
28 March 1947
Croatia
22 May 1992 *
Portugal
14 December 1955
Cyprus
20 September 1960
Romania
14 December 1955
Czech Republic
28 March 1947 2
Russian Federation
28 March 1947
Denmark
28 March 1947
San Marino 30 July 1993
Estonia
17 September 1991
Serbia
1 November 2000 5 6
Finland
14 December 1955
Slovakia
28 March 1947 2
France
28 March 1947
Slovenia
22 May 1992 *
Georgia
30 July 1993 3
Spain
14 December 1955
Germany
18 September 1973
Sweden
28 March 1947
Greece
28 March 1947
Switzerland
24 March 1972
Hungary
14 December 1955
Tajikistan  
12 Dec 1994 1
Iceland
28 March 1947
The former Yugoslav
Republic of Macedonia  
8 April 1993 *
Ireland
14 December 1955
Turkey
28 March 1947
Israel
26 July 1991 4
Turkmenistan
30 July 1993 1
Italy
14 December 1955
Ukraine
28 March 1947
Kazakhstan
31 Jan 1994 1
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
28 March 1947
Kyrgyzstan
30 July 1993 1
United States of America 28 March 1947
Latvia
17 September 1991
Uzbekistan 30 July 1993 1

 

1 Member of the United Nations 2 March 1992.

2 Date refers to former Czechoslovakia; Czech Republic and Slovakia [re-]admitted to the United Nations 19 Jan 1993.

3 Member of the United Nations 31 July 1992.

4 Admitted to ECE on a temporary basis; member of the United Nations 11 May 1949.

5 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 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; this name was changed to “Serbia and Montenegro” on 4 February 2003.

6 Activated by the Declaration of Independence adopted by the National Assembly of Montenegro on 3 June 2006, the membership of the State Union Serbia and Montenegro in the United Nations (including all organs and organizations of the UN system) is continued by the Republic of Serbia. Montenegro was admitted as a member on 28 June 2006.