List of Parties that have indicated their intentions to sign the Paris Agreement

List of Parties that have indicated their intentions to sign the Paris Agreement

The Paris Agreement will be open for signature by the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention today, 22 April, and will remain open for signature for one year. This list only contains information about States that will participate in the Signature Ceremony today and is subject to change.

(*) States that have indicated that they intend to sign the Paris Agreement at the Ceremony for the Opening for Signature, on 22 April 2016. This information is subject to change: the definitive list of States that have signed the Agreement will only be made available following the ceremony.

(**) States that have indicated that they intend to sign the Paris Agreement and deposit their instrument of ratification at the Ceremony for the Opening for Signature, on 22 April 2016. This information is subject to change: the definitive list of States that have ratified the Agreement will only be made available following the ceremony.

No asterisk indicates that informal confirmation has been received.

  1. Afghanistan*
  2. Albania*
  3. Algeria*
  4. Andorra*
  5. Angola*
  6. Antigua and Barbuda*
  7. Argentina*
  8. Australia*
  9. Austria*
  10. Bahamas*
  11. Bahrain*
  12. Bangladesh*
  13. Barbados**
  14. Belarus*
  15. Belgium*
  16. Belize**
  17. Bhutan*
  18. Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
  19. Bosnia and Herzegovina*
  20. Brazil*
  21. Brunei Darussalam*
  22. Bulgaria*
  23. Burkina Faso*
  24. Burundi*
  25. Cabo Verde*
  26. Cambodia*
  27. Cameroon*
  28. Canada*
  29. Central African Republic*
  30. Chad*
  31. Chile*
  32. China*
  33. Colombia*
  34. Congo*
  35. Costa Rica*
  36. Cote d”Ivoire*
  37. Croatia*
  38. Cuba*
  39. Cyprus*
  40. Czech Republic*
  41. Democratic People’s Republic of Korea*
  42. Democratic Republic of Congo*
  43. Denmark*
  44. Djibouti*
  45. Dominica*
  46. Dominican Republic*
  47. Egypt*
  48. El Salvador*
  49. Eritrea*
  50. Estonia*
  51. Ethiopia*
  52. European Union*
  53. Fiji**
  54. Finland*
  55. France*
  56. Gabon*
  57. Georgia*
  58. Germany*
  59. Ghana*
  60. Greece*
  61. Grenada**
  62. Guatemala*
  63. Guinea*
  64. Guyana*
  65. Haiti*
  66. Honduras*
  67. Hungary*
  68. Iceland*
  69. India*
  70. Indonesia*
  71. Iran (Islamic Republic of) *
  72. Ireland*
  73. Israel*
  74. Italy*
  75. Jamaica*
  76. Japan*
  77. Jordan*
  78. Kenya*
  79. Kiribati*
  80. Kuwait*
  81. Lao People’s Democratic Republic*
  82. Latvia*
  83. Lebanon*
  84. Lesotho*
  85. Liberia*
  86. Libya*
  87. Liechtenstein*
  88. Lithuania*
  89. Luxembourg*
  90. Madagascar*
  91. Malawi*
  92. Malaysia*
  93. Maldives**
  94. Mali*
  95. Malta*
  96. Marshall Islands*
  97. Mauritius**
  98. Mexico*
  99. Micronesia (Federated States of) *
  100. Monaco*
  101. Mongolia*
  102. Montenegro*
  103. Morocco*
  104. Mozambique
  105. Myanmar*
  106. Namibia*
  107. Nauru**
  108. Nepal*
  109. Netherlands*
  110. New Zealand*
  111. Niger*
  112. Norway*
  113. Oman*
  114. Pakistan*
  115. Palau*
  116. Panama*
  117. Papua New Guinea*
  118. Paraguay*
  119. Peru*
  120. Philippines*
  121. Poland*
  122. Portugal*
  123. Republic of Korea*
  124. Romania*
  125. Russian Federation*
  126. Rwanda*
  127. Saint Kitts and Nevis*
  128. Saint Lucia**
  129. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines*
  130. Samoa**
  131. San Marino*
  132. Sao Tome and Principe*
  133. Senegal*
  134. Serbia*
  135. Singapore*
  136. Slovakia*
  137. Slovenia*
  138. Solomon Islands*
  139. Somalia**
  140. South Africa*
  141. South Sudan*
  142. Spain*
  143. Sri Lanka*
  144. State of Palestine*
  145. Sudan*
  146. Suriname*
  147. Swaziland*
  148. Sweden*
  149. Switzerland*
  150. Tajikistan*
  151. Thailand*
  152. The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia*
  153. Timor-Leste*
  154. Togo*
  155. Tonga*
  156. Tunisia*
  157. Turkey*
  158. Tuvalu**
  159. Uganda*
  160. United Arab Emirates*
  161. United Kingdom*
  162. United Republic of Tanzania*
  163. United States of America*
  164. Uruguay*
  165. Vanuatu*
  166. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) *
  167. Viet Nam*
  168. Zimbabwe*

 

 

Source: United Nations

Date: April 2016

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