International membership of Ukraine

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This article lists international organizations, of which Ukraine is a member or an observer.

Name of the organization Ukraine’s accession Status Sources
United Nations October 24, 1945 [1] [2]
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe March 28, 1947 [3]
Commonwealth of Independent States December 8, 1991 [2] [4]
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development April 13, 1992 [5]
International Monetary Fund September 3, 1992 [6]
World
Bank
Group
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development September 3, 1992 [7]
International Finance Corporation 1993 [8]
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency 1994
International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes July 7, 2000 [9]
International Development Association May 27, 2004 [10]
Partnership for Peace February 8, 1994 [11]
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe January 1, 1995[3] [12]
Council of Europe November 9, 1995 [13]
Central European Initiative May 31, 1996 [14]
Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council May 29, 1997[4] [15]
GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development October 10, 1997 [16]
Black Sea Trade and Development Bank 1998 [17]
Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation May 1, 1999 [18]
Black Sea Naval Co-operation Task Group April 2, 2001 [19]
Eurasian Economic Community May 2002 observer [20]
Common Economic Space September 19, 2003 [21]
Baku Initiative November 13, 2004 [22]
Community of Democratic Choice December 2, 2005 [23]
Black Sea Forum for Partnership and Dialogue June 5, 2006 [24]
Francophonie September 29, 2006 observer [25]
European Energy Community November 17, 2006 observer[5] [26]
World Trade Organization May 16, 2008 [27]
Organization of Central Asian Cooperation observer [28]
Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe[6] observer [29]
Southeast European Cooperative Initiative observer [30]
Council of the Baltic Sea States observer [31]
Non-Aligned Movement observer [32]

Possible membership[edit]

Ukraine is also a potential candidate for the following organizations:

see: Ukraine, Croatia broaden ties
see: European Union Association Agreement, Stabilisation and Association Process, European Neighbourhood Policy, Eastern Partnership, Ukraine–European Union relations, Future enlargement of the European Union

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ukrainian and Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republics were founding members of the UN along with the Soviet Union as a whole.
  2. ^ Ukraine is a founding member of the CIS but did not ratify the CIS Charter, so it is not a full member.
  3. ^ OSCE's predecessor was the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, which Ukraine joined on January 30, 1992.
  4. ^ EAPC's predecessor was the North Atlantic Cooperation Council, which Ukraine joined on March 10, 1992.
  5. ^ On September 24, 2010 the Accession Protocol was signed and is currently awaiting ratification.[1]
  6. ^ On February 27, 2008, the Stability Pact was replaced by the Regional Co-operation Council. Ukraine is neither a member nor an observer in the RCC.