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Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe statistics

State (51)[1] NATO[15]!! ICC[16]!! VWP[17]
Albania 3,950 332 UN CoE OSCE CEFTA EUFTA EU visa-free ALL WTO NATO ICC 39.6
Andorra 41,130 UN CoE OSCE x EUCU EU visa-free obs ICC VWP
Armenia 3,100 UN CoE OSCE EaP obs CISFTA CIS visa-free AMD WTO CSTO sign 48.9
Austria 46,850 2,758 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA PfP ICC VWP
Azerbaijan 4,840 UN CoE OSCE EaP CISFTA CIS visa-free AZN GUAM obs PfP 14.0
Belarus 5,540 528 UN obs OSCE BRU EAEC CUBKR CIS visa-free BYR obs BSA CSTO 15.5
Belgium 45,310 2,464 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,700 590 UN CoE OSCE CEFTA EUFTA EU visa-free BAM obs MAP ICC 13.9
Bulgaria 5,770 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU EU visa-free BGN WTO BSA NATO ICC 17.8
Croatia 13,810 1,020 UN CoE OSCE EU EUFTA EU visa-free HRK WTO NATO ICC 5.3
Cyprus 26,940 2,235 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU EU visa-free WTO CA ICC 1.4
Czech Republic 17,310 739 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen CZK OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Denmark 58,930 3,226 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen DKK OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Estonia 14,060 1,098 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ECS NATO ICC VWP
Finland 45,680 2,758 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA PfP ICC VWP
France 42,680 2,468 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Georgia 2,530 UN CoE OSCE EaP Requirements GEL GUAM WTO ID ICC 49.7
Germany 42,560 2,754 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Greece 28,630 1,851 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Hungary 12,980 516 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen HUF OECD WTO ECS NATO ICC VWP
Iceland 43,220 UN CoE OSCE EFTA EEA EUFTA Schengen ISK OECD WTO NATO ICC VWP
Ireland 44,310 2,733 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU EU visa-free OECD WTO ESA PfP ICC VWP
Italy 35,080 1,967 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Kazakhstan 6,740 425 UN appl OSCE PCA EAEC CUBKR CIS visa-free KZT obs KazCosmos CSTO 12.2
Kosovo 3,240 CEFTA Requirements 29.0
Latvia 12,390 632 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen LVL WTO ECS NATO ICC VWP
Liechtenstein 113,210 UN CoE OSCE EFTA EEA EUFTA EU visa-free CHF WTO ICC VWP
Lithuania 11,410 668 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen LTL WTO CA NATO ICC VWP
Luxembourg 74,430 3,636 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Macedonia 4,400 460 UN CoE OSCE CEFTA EUFTA EU visa-free MKD WTO MAP ICC 21.5
Malta 16,690 1,626 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen WTO CA PfP ICC VWP
Moldova 1,590 249 UN CoE OSCE CEFTA obs CISFTA CIS visa-free MDL GUAM WTO PfP ICC 41.3
Monaco 203,900 UN CoE OSCE x EUCU 1 Schengen 2 sign VWP
Montenegro 6,550 699 UN CoE OSCE CEFTA EUFTA EU visa-free obs MAP ICC 27.5
Netherlands 49,350 2,673 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Norway 86,440 6,079 UN CoE OSCE EFTA EEA EUFTA Schengen NOK OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Poland 12,260 612 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen PLN OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC 13.5
Portugal 20,940 1,405 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Romania 8,330 515 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU EU visa-free RON WTO ESA NATO ICC 25.0
Russia 9,370 675 UN CoE OSCE BRU EAEC CUBKR CIS visa-free RUB disc. obs RSA CSTO sign 4.9
San Marino 50,670 UN CoE OSCE x EUCU Schengen 2 ICC VWP
Serbia 5,990 461 UN CoE OSCE CEFTA EUFTA EU visa-free RSD obs PfP ICC 11.0
Slovakia 16,130 857 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO CA NATO ICC VWP
Slovenia 23,520 1,405 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ECS NATO ICC VWP
Spain 31,870 2,056 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Sweden 48,930 2,910 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU Schengen SEK OECD WTO ESA PfP ICC VWP
Switzerland 56,370 UN CoE OSCE EFTA bilat 3 EUFTA Schengen CHF OECD WTO ESA PfP ICC VWP
Turkey 8,730 1,123 UN CoE OSCE cand EUCU Requirements TRY OECD WTO CA NATO 9.0
Ukraine 2,800 287 UN CoE OSCE EaP obs CISFTA CIS visa-free UAH GUAM WTO CA PfP sign 30.9
United Kingdom 41,520 3,712 UN CoE OSCE EU EEA EUCU EU visa-free GBP OECD WTO ESA NATO ICC VWP
Vatican City n/d obs obs OSCE x EUCU 1 Schengen 2 obs 7.1

1 These countries are currently not participating in the EU's single market (EEA), but the EU has common external Customs Union agreements with Turkey (EU-Turkey Customs Union in force since 1995), Andorra (since 1991) and San Marino (since 2002). Monaco participates in the EU customs union through its relationship with France; its ports are administered by the French. Vatican City has a customs union in effect with Italy.
2 Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City are not members of Schengen, but act as such via their open borders with France and Italy, respectively.
3 Switzerland is not official member of EEA but has bilateral agreements largely with same content, making it virtual member.

Euler diagram showing the relationships between various supranational European organisations.
  high income ($12,195 or more)
  upper middle income ($3,946 - $12,195)
  lower middle income ($996 - $3,945)
Map showing relationship between various supranational Organizations of Europe.

Notes

  1. ^ Only 51 sovereign states are listed, including Kosovo and Vatican which are not UN members
  2. ^ Gross National Income, List of countries by GNI per capita World Development Indicators database [1] , World Bank, , revised 17 October 2008 [2] GNI per capita 2007, Atlas method and PPP; Country classification - low income ($935 or less), upper middle income ($3,706 to $11,455), high income ($11,456 or more)
  3. ^ Monthly net average wage in USD, in italic-monthly gross wage in USD
  4. ^ The members, see also; Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  5. ^ Council of Europe is numbering 47 out of 51 European countries and membership is open to all European states which seek European integration, accept the principle of the rule of law and are able and willing to guarantee democracy, fundamental human rights and freedoms with European Court of Human Rights and European Convention on Human Rights, see also European Higher Education Area
  6. ^ Caucasus, Central Asia, Europe, North America and Russia) based on democratic practices and improved governance
  7. ^ Number of countries in GUAM (4); EFTA countries and 4 European microstates marked x, while not EU members, are partially integrated in EU through euro currency, Schengen treaty, EU single market - EEA and Customs Union, see also;European Neighbourhood Policy, Eastern Partnership, Euromediterranean Partnership, Mediterranean Union, Transatlantic Free Trade Area, Eurosphere
  8. ^ European Economic Area, Commonwealth of Independent States, see also; Free trade areas in Europe
  9. ^ European Union Customs Union
  10. ^ Schengen Area
  11. ^ Eurozone
  12. ^ OECD is an international organization which serves as a forum for economic dialogue. The bulk of its members are in Europe (23), but some are located in other regions (7) - Members states
  13. ^ WTO - Members and Observers Monaco, San Marino, Kosovo - no official interaction with the WTO, Vatican (Holy See) - special observer status
  14. ^ European Space Agency - Member states
  15. ^ Number of countries inside Shanghai Cooperation Organisation
  16. ^ International Criminal Court 39 members from Europe
  17. ^ VWP is a program of the United States of America which allows citizens of countries with visa refusal rate less than 3% and some specific countries 10% to travel to the US for tourism or business for up to 90 days without having to obtain a visa. All countries participating in the program have high HDI and most are regarded as developed countries; Adjusted Visa Refusal Rate year 2006, 2007, 2008

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