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  • There were 193 countries which were members of the United Nation with the inclusion of South Sudan in 2000.
  • Two countries which were not a member of UN and counted as Observer state. They are Vatican City and Palestine.
    • So, this number becomes 195 recognized official countries.

  • Several territories that work fully as a sovereign country but are claimed by other countries to be their regions or provinces such as Taiwan which is claimed by China.
  • Kosovo gained independence from Serbia in 2008 and is still claimed by Serbia.
  • The list of territories which do not have the status of countries (claimed by others) also includes Puerto Rico, Bermuda, Greenland, Western Sahara, and members of the UK like England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.

Countries and Capitals with Currency and Language with Head of the Government

Country CapitalCurrencyLanguageHead of Government
AfghanistanKabulAfghaniDari Persian; PashtoPresident – Ashraf Ghani
AlbaniaTiraneLekAlbanianPrime Minister – Edi Rama
AlgeriaAlgiersDinarArabic; Tamazight; FrenchPrime Minister – Noureddin Bedoui
AndorraAndorra la VellaEuroCatalanPrime Minister – Xavier Espot Zamora
AngolaLuandaNew KwanzaPortuguesePresident – João Lourenço
Antigua and BarbudaSaint John’sEast Caribbean dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Gaston Browne
ArgentinaBuenos AiresPesoSpanishPresident – Mauricio Macri
ArmeniaYerevanDramArmenianPresident – Armen Sarkissian
AustraliaCanberraAustralian dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Scott Morrison
AustriaViennaEuro (formerly schilling)GermanPresident – Alexander Van der Bellen
AzerbaijanBakuManatAzerbaijaniPrime Minister – Novruz Mammadov
The BahamasNassauBahamian dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Hubert Minnis
BahrainManamaBahrain dinarArabicPrime Minister – Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa
BangladeshDhakaTakaBanglaPrime Minister – Sheikh Hasina
BarbadosBridgetownBarbados dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Mia Mottley
BelarusMinskBelorussian rubleBelarusian; RussianPrime Minister – Syarhei Rumas
BelgiumBrusselsEuro (formerly Belgian franc)Dutch; French; GermanPrime Minister – Charles Michel
BelizeBelmopanBelize dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Dean Barrow
BeninPorto-NovoCFA FrancFrenchPresident – Patrice Talon
BhutanThimphuNgultrumDzongkhaPrime Minister – Lotay Tshering
BoliviaLa Paz (administrative); Sucre (judicial)BolivianoSpanish; Quechua; AymaraPrime Minister – Evo Morales
Bosnia and HerzegovinaSarajevoConvertible MarkBosnian; Croatian; SerbianChairman of the Council of Ministers – Denis Zvizdić
BotswanaGaboronePulaEnglish; TswanaPresident – Mokgweetsi Masisi
BrazilBrasiliaRealPortuguesePresident – Jair Bolsonaro
BruneiBandar Seri BegawanBrunei dollarMalaySultan and Prime Minister – Hassanal Bolkiah
BulgariaSofiaLevBulgarianPrime Minister – Boyko Borisov
Burkina FasoOuagadougouCFA FrancFrenchPrime Minister  – Christophe Joseph Marie Dabiré
BurundiGitegaBurundi francKirundi; FrenchPresident – Pierre Nkurunziza
CambodiaPhnom PenhRielKhmerPrime Minister – Hun Sen
CameroonYaoundeCFA FrancFrench; EnglishPrime Minister – Joseph Ngute
CanadaOttawaCanadian dollarEnglish; FrenchPrime Minister – Justin Trudeau
Cape VerdePraiaCape Verdean escudoPortuguesePrime Minister – Ulisses Correia e Silva
Central African RepublicBanguiCFA FrancSango; FrenchPrime Minister – Firmin Ngrebada
ChadN’DjamenaCFA FrancFrench; ArabicPresident – Idriss Deby
ChileSantiagoChilean PesoSpanishPresident – Sebastián Piñera
ChinaBeijingChinese YuanMandarinPresident – Xi Jinping 
ColombiaBogotaColombian PesoSpanishPresident – Ivan Duque Marquez
ComorosMoroniFrancComorian; Arabic; FrenchPresident – Azali Assoumani
Republic of the CongoBrazzavilleCFA FrancFrenchPrime Minister –Clément Mouamba
Congo, Democratic Republic of theKinshasaCongolese francFrenchPrime Minister –Sylvestre Ilunga
Costa RicaSan JoseColónSpanishPresident – Carlos Alvarado Quesada
Cote d’IvoireYamoussoukro (official); Abidjan (de facto)CFA FrancFrenchPresident – Alassane Ouattara
CroatiaZagrebCroatianKunaPrime Minister – Andrej Plenković
CubaHavanaCuban PesoSpanishPrime Minister-Manuel Marrero Cruz
CyprusNicosiaEuroGreek; TurkishPresident – Nicos Anastasiades
Czech RepublicPragueKorunaCzech; SlovakPrime Minister – Andrej Babiš
DenmarkCopenhagenDanish KroneDanishPrime Minister – Mette Frederiksen
DjiboutiDjiboutiDjiboutian francArabic; FrenchPrime Minister – Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed
DominicaRoseauEast Caribbean dollarEnglish; French;
Antillean Creole
Prime Minister – Roosevelt Skerrit
Dominican RepublicSanto DomingoDominican PesoSpanishPresident – Danilo Medina
East Timor (Timor-Leste)DiliU.S. dollarTetum; Portuguese;
Iindonesian
Prime Minister – Taur Matan Ruak
EcuadorQuitoU.S. dollarSpanishPresident – Lenín Moreno
EgyptCairoEgyptian poundArabicPrime Minister – Moustafa Madbouly
El SalvadorSan SalvadorColón; U.S. dollarSpanishPresident – Nayib Bukele
Equatorial GuineaMalaboCFA FrancSpanish; French; PortuguesePrime Minister –Francisco Pascual Obama Asue
EritreaAsmaraNakfaArabic; Tigrinya; EnglishPresident – Isaias Afwerki
EstoniaTallinnEstonia Kroon; EuroEstonianPrime Minister – Jüri Ratas
EthiopiaAddis AbabaBirrAmharicPrime Minister – Abiy Ahmed
FijiSuvaFiji dollarEnglish; Bau Fijian; HindiPrime Minister – Frank Bainimarama
FinlandHelsinkiEuro (formerly markka)Finnish; SwedishPrime Minister – Sanna Marin
FranceParisEuro (formerly French franc)FrenchPrime Minister – Édouard Philippe
GabonLibrevilleCFA FrancFrenchPrime Minister – Julien Nkoghe Bekale
The GambiaBanjulDalasiEnglishPresident – Adama Barrow
GeorgiaTbilisiLariGeorgianPrime Minister – Salome Zurabishvili
GermanyBerlinEuro (formerly Deutsche mark)GermanChancellor – Frank-Walter Steinmeier
GhanaAccraCediEnglishPresident – Nana Akufo-Addo
GreeceAthensEuro (formerly drachma)GreekPrime Minister –Kyriakos Mitsotakis
GrenadaSaint George’sEast Caribbean dollarEnglish; PatoisPrime Minister – Keith Mitchell
GuatemalaGuatemala CityQuetzalSpanishPresident – Jimmy Morales
GuineaConakryGuinean francFrenchPrime Minister –Ibrahima Kassory Fofana
Guinea-BissauBissauCFA FrancPortuguesePrime Minister –Aristides Gomes
GuyanaGeorgetownGuyanese dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Moses Nagamootoo
HaitiPort-au-PrinceGourdeHaitian Creole; FrenchPrime Minister – Jean-Michel Lapin
HondurasTegucigalpaLempiraSpanishPresident – Juan Orlando Hernández
HungaryBudapestForintHungarianPrime Minister – Viktor Orbán
IcelandReykjavikIcelandic krónaIcelandicPrime Minister – Katrín Jakobsdóttir
IndiaNew DelhiIndian RupeeHindi; EnglishPrime Minister – Narendra Modi
IndonesiaJakartaRupiahIndonesianPresident – Joko Widodo
IranTehranRialPersianPresident – Hassan Rouhani
IraqBaghdadIraqi DinarArabic; KurdishPrime Minister – Adil Abdul-Mahdi
IrelandDublinEuro (formerly Irish pound [punt])English; IrishPrime Minister-Taoiseach – Leo Varadkar
IsraelJerusalem*ShekelHebrew; ArabicPrime Minister – Benjamin Netanyahu
ItalyRomeEuro (formerly lira)ItalianPrime Minister – Giuseppe Conte
JamaicaKingstonJamaican dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Andrew Holness
JapanTokyoYenJapanesePrime Minister – Shinzō Abe
JordanAmmanJordanian dinarArabicPrime Minister – Omar Razzaz
KazakhstanNur SultanTengeKazakh; RussianPrime Minister – Askar Mamin
KenyaNairobiKenya shillingSwahili; EnglishPresident – Uhuru Kenyatta
KiribatiTarawa AtollKiribati dollarEnglish; GilbertesePresident – Taneti Mamau
Korea, NorthPyongyangWonKoreanPremier of the Cabinet – Kim Jong-un
Korea, SouthSeoulWonKoreanPrime Minister – Lee Nak-yeon
KosovoPristinaEuro (German Mark prior to 2002)Albanian; SerbianPrime Minister – Ramush Haradinaj
KuwaitKuwait CityKuwaiti DollarArabic; EnglishPrime Minister – Jaber Mubarak al-Sabah
KyrgyzstanBishkekSomKyrgyz; RussianPrime Minister – Muhammetkaliy Abulgaziyev
LaosVientianeNew KipLao (Laotian)Prime Minister – Thongloun Sisoulith
LatviaRigaLatsLatvianPrime Minister –Krišjānis Kariņš
LebanonBeirutLebanese poundArabic; FrenchPrime Minister – Saad Hariri
LesothoMaseruMalutiSesotho; EnglishPrime Minister – Tom Thabane
LiberiaMonroviaLiberian dollarEnglishPresident – George Weah
LibyaTripoliLibyan dinarArabicPrime Minister – Fayez al-Sarraj
LiechtensteinVaduzSwiss francGermanPrime Minister-Adrian Hasler
LithuaniaVilniusLitasLithuanianPrime Minister – Saulius Skvernelis
LuxembourgLuxembourgEuro (formerly Luxembourg franc)German; French;
Luxembourgish
Prime Minister – Xavier Bettel
MacedoniaSkopjeDenarMacedonianPresident of the Government – Gjorge Ivanov
MadagascarAntananarivoMalagasy AriaryMalagasy; French; EnglishPrime Minister –Christian Ntsay
MalawiLilongweKwachaEnglishPresident – Peter Mutharika
MalaysiaKuala LumpurRinggitMalayPrime Minister –  Mahathir Mohamad
MaldivesMaleRufiyaaDhivehiPresident – Ibrahim Mohamed Solih
MaliBamakoCFA FrancFrenchPrime Minister – Boubou Cisse
MaltaVallettaEuroMaltese; EnglishPrime Minister – Joseph Muscat
Marshall IslandsMajuroU.S. DollarMarshallese; EnglishPrime Minister – Stefan Löfven
MauritaniaNouakchottOuguiyaArabicPrime Minister – Ismail Ould Bedde Ould Cheikh Sidiya
MauritiusPort LouisMauritian rupeeEnglishPrime Minister – Pravind Jugnauth
MexicoMexico CityMexican pesoSpanishPresident – Andrés Manuel López Obrador
Micronesia, Federated States ofPalikirU.S. DollarEnglishPresident – Peter M. Christian
MoldovaChisinauLeuMoldovan (Romanian)Prime Minister – Maia Sandu
MonacoMonte CarloEuroFrench; Italian; EnglishMinister of State – Serge Telle
MongoliaUlaanbaatarTogrogMongolianPrime Minister – Ukhnaagiin Khürelsükh
MontenegroPodgoricaEuroMontenegrinPrime Minister – Duško Marković
MoroccoRabatDirhamArabicPrime Minister-Saadeddine Othmani
MozambiqueMaputoMeticalPortuguesePrime Minister – Carlos Agostinho do Rosário
Myanmar (Burma)Nay Pyi TawKyatBurmesePresident– Win Myint
NamibiaWindhoekNamibian dollarEnglish; Afrikaans; GermanPrime Minister – Saara Kuugongelwa
Nauruno official capital; government offices in Yaren DistrictAustralian dollarEnglish; NauranPresident – Lionel Aingimea
NepalKathmanduNepalese rupeeNepaliPrime Minister – KP Sharma Oli
NetherlandsAmsterdam; The Hague (seat of government)Euro (formerly guilder)DutchPrime Minister – Mark Rutte
New ZealandWellingtonNew Zealand dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Jacinda Ardern
NicaraguaManaguaGold cordobaSpanishPresident – Daniel Ortega
NigerNiameyCFA FrancFrenchPrime Minister – Brigi Rafini
NigeriaAbujaNairaEnglishPrime Minister– Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa
NorwayOsloNorwegian kroneNorwegianPrime Minister – Erna Solberg
OmanMuscatOmani rialArabicSultan and Prime Minister – Qaboos bin Said al Said
PakistanIslamabadPakistani rupeeUrdu; EnglishPrime Minister – Imran Khan
PalauMelekeokU.S. dollarEnglish; PalauanVice President – Thomas Remengesau Jr.
PalestineRamallah, East JerusalemPalestine PoundArabicPrime Minister – Mohammad Shtayyeh
PanamaPanama CityBalboa; U.S. dollarSpanishPresident – Laurentino Cortizo
Papua New GuineaPort Moresby KinaEnglish; Tok Pisin;
Hiri Motu
Prime Minister – James Marape
ParaguayAsuncionGuaraníSpanish; GuaraniPresident – Mario Abdo Benítez
PeruLimaNuevo sol (1991)SpanishPrime Minister – Salvador del Solar
PhilippinesManilaPesoFilipino; EnglishPresident – Rodrigo Duterte
PolandWarsawZlotyPolishPrime Minister – Mateusz Morawiecki
PortugalLisbonEuro (formerly escudo)PortuguesePrime Minister – António Costa
QatarDohaQatari riyalArabicPrime Minister – Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani
RomaniaBucharestRomanian RupeeRomanianPrime Minister – Viorica Dăncilă
RussiaMoscowRubleRomanianPrime Minister – Dmitry Medvedev
RwandaKigaliRwandan francRussianPrime Minister – Édouard Ngirente
Saint Kitts and NevisBasseterreEast Caribbean dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Timothy Harris
Saint LuciaCastriesEast Caribbean dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Allen Chastanet
Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesKingstown East Caribbean dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Ralph Gonsalves
SamoaApiaTalaSamoan, EnglishPrime Minister – Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi
San MarinoSan MarinoEuroItalianPasquale Valentini
Sao Tome and PrincipeSao TomeDobraPortuguesePrime Minister – Jorge Bom Jesus
Saudi ArabiaRiyadhRiyalArabicKing and Prime Minister – Salman of Saudi Arabia
SenegalDakarCFA FrancFrenchPrime Minister – Mohammed Dionne
SerbiaBelgradeSerbian DinarSerbianPrime Minister – Ana Brnabić
SeychellesVictoriaSeychelles rupeeSeychellois Creole, French EnglishPresident – Danny Faure
Sierra LeoneFreetownLeoneEnglishPresident – Julius Maada Bio
SingaporeSingaporeSingapore dollarEnglish, Chinese and Malay
Tamil
Prime Minister – Lee Hsien Loong
SlovakiaBratislavaEuroSlovakPrime Minister – Peter Pellegrini
SloveniaLjubljanaSlovenian tolar; euro (as of 1/1/07)SlovenePrime Minister – Marjan Šarec
Solomon IslandsHoniaraSolomon Islands dollarEnglishPrime Minister –Manasseh Sogavare
SomaliaMogadishuSomali shillingSomali ArabicPrime Minister – Hassan Ali Khayre
South AfricaPretoria (administrative); Cape Town (legislative); Bloemfontein (judiciary)RandAfrikaans, English, Southern Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Southern Sotho, Swazi
Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa, Zulu
President – Cyril Ramaphosa
South SudanJubaSudanese PoundEnglishPresident – Salva Kiir Mayardit
SpainMadridEuro (formerly peseta)Spanish, Catalan Galician , GasquePrime Minister – Pedro Sánchez
Sri LankaColombo; Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte (legislative)Sri Lankan rupeeSinhala, TamilPrime Minister – Mahinda Rajapaksa
SudanKhartoumSudanese PoundArabic, EnglishPrime Minister –Abdalla Hamdok
SurinameParamariboSurinamese dollarDutchPresident – Dési Bouterse
SwazilandMbabaneLilangeniEnglish, SwatiPrime Minister –Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini
SwedenStockholmKronaSwedishPrime Minister – Stefan Löfven
SwitzerlandBerneSwiss francGerman, French, Italian, RomanshPresident – Ueli Maurer
SyriaDamascusSyrian poundArabicPrime Minister – Imad Khamis
TaiwanTaipeiTaiwan dollarStandard ChinesePrime Minister– Su Tseng-chang
TajikistanDushanbesomoniTajik; RussianPrime Minister – Kokhir Rasulzoda
TanzaniaDar es Salaam; Dodoma (legislative)Tanzanian shillingSwahili, EnglishPrime Minister – Kassim Majaliwa
ThailandBangkokBahtThaiPrime Minister – Prayut Chan-o-cha
TogoLomeCFA FrancFrenchPrime Minister – Komi Sélom Klassou
TongaNuku’alofaPa’angaEnglishPrime Minister – Pohiva Tuionetoa
Trinidad and TobagoPort-of-SpainTrinidad and Tobago dollarEnglishPrime Minister – Keith Rowley
TunisiaTunisTunisian dinarArabicPresident – Kais Saied
TurkeyAnkaraTurkish lira (YTL)TurkishPrime Minister – Binali Yıldırım
TurkmenistanAshgabatManatTurkmenPresident – Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow
TuvaluVaiaku village, Funafuti provinceTuvaluan DollarTuvaluan; EnglishPrime Minister – Kausea Natano
UgandaKampalaUgandan new shillingSwahili, English, LugandaPrime Minister – Ruhakana Rugunda
UkraineKievHryvniaUkrainianPrime Minister – Oleksiy Honcharuk
United Arab EmiratesAbu DhabiU.A.E. DirhamArabicPrime Minister – Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
United KingdomLondonPound sterlingEnglishPrime Minister – Boris Johnson
United States of AmericaWashington D.C.DollarEnglishPresident – Donald Trump
UruguayMontevideoUruguay pesoSpanishPresident – Tabaré Vázquez
UzbekistanTashkentUzbekistani sumUzbekPrime Minister – Abdulla Aripov
VanuatuPort-VilaVatuBislama, French, EnglishPrime Minister – Charlot Salwai
Vatican City (Holy See)Vatican CityEuroItalianCardinal Pietro Parolin
VenezuelaCaracasBolivarSpanishPresident – Juan Guaidó
VietnamHanoiDongVietnameseNguyễn Phú Trọng
YemenSanaaRialArabicPrime Minister – Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr
ZambiaLusakaKwachaEnglishPresident – Edgar Lungu
ZimbabweHarareUnited States dollarEnglish, Shona, NdebelePresident –Emmerson Mnangagwa

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