International membership of Ukraine

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]
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe March 28, 1947
World Trade Organization May 16, 2008
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development April 13, 1992
International Monetary Fund September 3, 1992
World
Bank
Group
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development September 3, 1992
International Finance Corporation 1993
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency 1994
International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes July 7, 2000
International Development Association May 27, 2004
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe January 1, 1995[2]
NATO Partnership for Peace February 8, 1994
Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council May 29, 1997[3]
Council of Europe November 9, 1995
Energy Community February 1, 2011 member[4]
Baku Initiative November 13, 2004
Central European Initiative May 31, 1996
Commonwealth of Independent States December 8, 1991 [5]
GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development October 10, 1997
Black Sea Trade and Development Bank 1998
Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation May 1, 1999
Black Sea Naval Co-operation Task Group April 2, 2001
Common Economic Space September 19, 2003
Community of Democratic Choice December 2, 2005
Black Sea Forum for Partnership and Dialogue June 5, 2006
Organization of Central Asian Cooperation observer
Eurasian Economic Community May 2002 observer
Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe[6] observer
Southeast European Cooperative Initiative observer
Council of the Baltic Sea States observer
Francophonie September 29, 2006 observer
Non-Aligned Movement observer
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Possible membership

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
see: Ukraine–NATO relations, Enlargement of NATO, Partnership for Peace, Lithuanian–Polish–Ukrainian Brigade

References

  1. Ukrainian and Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republics were founding members of the UN along with the Soviet Union as a whole.
  2. OSCE's predecessor was the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe, which Ukraine joined on January 30, 1992.
  3. EAPC's predecessor was the North Atlantic Cooperation Council, which Ukraine joined on March 10, 1992.
  4. On September 24, 2010 the Accession Protocol was signed
  5. Ukraine is a founding member of the CIS but did not ratify the CIS Charter, so it is not a full member.
  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.
  7. Laws of Ukraine. Verkhovna Rada No. 964-15: On the Fundamentals of National Security of Ukraine. Adopted on 19 June 2003, amended on 8 June 2017. (Ukrainian)
  8. Sydorenko, Sergiy (9 June 2017). "Що змінив для України «закон про НАТО» та як не зупинитися на півдорозі до Альянсу" [What changes for Ukraine did the «law on NATO» bring and how not to stop halfway to the Alliance] (in Ukrainian). Європейська Правда. Retrieved 4 March 2018.
  9. "НАТО визнало за Україною статус країни-аспіранта" [NATO recognized Ukraine as an aspirant country] (in Ukrainian). Європейська Правда. 10 March 2018. Retrieved 10 March 2018.
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