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NATO countries (list and map; 2024)

NATO flag

1. INTRODUCTION

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is currently composed of 31 countries.

Below you can find a list and a map with all of them.

 

2. NATO COUNTRIES (2024)

  1. Belgium (1949 – foundation).
  2. Canada (1949 – foundation).
  3. Denmark (1949 – foundation).
  4. United States (1949 – foundation).
  5. France (1949 – foundation).
  6. Iceland (1949 – foundation).
  7. Italy (1949 – foundation).
  8. Luxembourg (1949 – foundation).
  9. Norway (1949 – foundation).
  10. The Netherlands (1949 – foundation).
  11. Portugal (1949 – foundation).
  12. United Kingdom (1949 – foundation).
  13. Greece (1952 – first accession).
  14. Turkey (1952 – first accession).
  15. Germany (1955 – second accession).
  16. Spain (1982 – third accession).
  17. Hungary (1999 – fourth accession).
  18. Poland (1999 – fourth accession).
  19. Czech Republic (1999 – fourth accession).
  20. Bulgaria (2004 – fifth accession).
  21. Slovakia (2004 – fifth accession).
  22. Slovenia (2004 – fifth accession).
  23. Estonia (2004 – fifth accession).
  24. Latvia (2004 – fifth accession).
  25. Lithuania (2004 – fifth accession).
  26. Romania (2004 – fifth accession).
  27. Croatia (2009 – sixth accession).
  28. Albania (2009 – sixth accession).
  29. Montenegro (2017 – seventh accession).
  30. North Macedonia (2020 – eight accession).
  31. Finland (2023 – ninth accession).

 

3. WORLD MAP WITH THE NATO MEMBER COUNTRIES (updated to 2024)

NATO countries (2023)

 

4. REFERENCES

  • Nato.int – Official NATO website (2024). NATO member countries. Available [HERE].
  • Rob984 – Wikimedia Commons (2015). NATO flag.Original image available [HERE].
  • MacedonianBoy– Wikimedia Commons (2020). NATO members states on a map. Original image available [HERE].
 

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8 Comments

  1. Why did Clinton break the promise with Russia not to make any former soviet block countries NATO after the breakup of the Soviet Union?

  2. Well let’s face it, NATO is a little outdated as a name. Back when NATO was formed there really wasn’t a country outside the North Atlantic area that even needed to be considered. Except maybe Russia.
    Things have changed now. The UN is worthless, leaving countries to fend for themselves in the event of an aggressor – ala Ukraine.
    Time for a new name.

    • Ukraine is not part of NATO. NATO is a defensive pact among members.

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