Member State - Restricted To A Continent or Larger Region

Restricted To A Continent or Larger Region

Europe centered:

  • Member states of the Council of Europe | 47
  • Member states of the European Economic Area | 30 (EU + Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway)
  • Member states of the European Environment Agency | 32 (EU + Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Turkey)
  • Member states of the European Union Customs Union | 30/31 (EU + Turkey, San Marino, Andorra, Monaco)
  • Member state of the European Union | 27
  • Member states of the Eurozone | 17
  • Member states of the European Free Trade Association | 4
  • Member states of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation
  • Central European Free Trade Agreement
  • Member states of the European Southern Observatory | 15
  • Nordic Council#Members | 5
  • Council_of_the_Baltic_Sea_States#Member_states
  • Western_European_and_Others_Group#WEOG_Member_States
  • Eastern_European_Group#Members

America centered:

  • Member states of the Organization of American States | 35
  • Member states of the Union of South American Nations | 12
  • Member states of Mercosur | 4
  • Member states of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas | 8
  • Member states of the Caribbean Community | 15
  • Association of Caribbean States#Member states | 25
  • Caribbean Meteorological Organisation
  • Inter-American_Development_Bank#Member_states | 48


  • Member states of the African Union | 53
  • Southern_African_Development_Community | 14


  • Member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations | 10
  • Member states of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf | 6
  • United_Nations_Economic_and_Social_Commission_for_Western_Asia#Member states | 14
  • Economic_Cooperation_Organization#Member_states | 10


  • Arctic_Council#Member_states | 8


  • Member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States | 11

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