African Group

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The African Group is one of the five Regional Groups in the United Nations. The regional groups are unofficial bodies that act as voting blocs and negotiation forums. The African Group is the largest group, with 54 members and 28% of the votes in the UN General Assembly, and encompasses all the independent countries of its namesake continent.

List of member states[edit]

The member states of the African Group are:[1]


  1. ^ "United Nations Regional Groups of Member States". United Nations Department for General Assembly and Conference Management. Retrieved 10 July 2017.