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Parties and Range States

As of 1 May 2014 the Convention on Migratory Species has 120 Parties.

Further to the list of Parties and Non-Party Range States below, please take note of this overview of the Application of CMS to Overseas Territories/Autonomous Regions of Parties and Reservations regarding species in the CMS Appendices.

Country Status Status date Party number Region
Costa Rica Party 103
Côte d'Ivoire Party 2003 83 Africa
Croatia Party 70
Cuba Party 105
Cyprus Party 77 Europe
Czech Republic Party 44
Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa) Party 34 Africa
Denmark Party 1
Djibouti Party 87
Dominica Range state South & Central America & The Caribbean
Dominican Republic Range state South & Central America & The Caribbean
Ecuador Party 85
Egypt Party 1 Africa
El Salvador Range state South & Central America & The Caribbean
Equatorial Guinea Party 114
Eritrea Party 89
Estonia Party 2008 110 Europe
Ethiopia Party 2010 113 Africa
European Union Party 1983 1 Europe
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) Range state 19 South & Central America & The Caribbean
Fiji Party 2013 119 Oceania
Finland Party 1989 28 Europe
Finland Party 1989 28 Europe
France Party 1990 32 Europe
Gabon Party 2008 109 Africa
Gambia Party 2001 75 Africa
Georgia Party 2000 67 Europe
Germany Party 1984 16 Europe
Ghana Party 1988 26 Africa
Greece Party 1999 62 Europe
Greenland (Denmark) Range state North America
Grenada Range state South & Central America & The Caribbean
Guatemala Range state South & Central America & The Caribbean
Guinea Party 1993 41 Africa
Guinea-Bissau Party 1995 47 Africa
Guyana Range state South & Central America & The Caribbean
Haiti Range state South & Central America & The Caribbean
Honduras Party 2007 102 South & Central America & The Caribbean
Hong Kong (China) Range state Asia
Hungary Party 1983 1 Europe

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