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JANUARY

  • 1 – Slovakia, Haiti, Sudan
  • 4 – Burma
  • 26 – Australia, India

FEBRUARY

  • 4 – Sri Lanka
  • 6 – New Zealand
  • 7 – Grenada
  • 15 – Serbia
  • 16 – Lithuania
  • 17 – Kosovo
  • 18 – Gambia
  • 22 – Saint Lucia
  • 23 – Brunei, Guyana
  • 24 – Estonia
  • 25 – Kuwait
  • 27 – Dominican Republic

MARCH

  • 3 – Bulgaria
  • 6 – Ghana
  • 12 – Mauritius
  • 17 – Ireland
  • 20 – Tunisia
  • 21 – Namibia
  • 23 – Pakistan
  • 25 – Greece
  • 26 – Bangladesh

APRIL

  • 4 – Senegal
  • 16 – Denmark
  • 17 – Syria
  • 18 – Zimbabwe
  • 19 – Holy See
  • 23 – Israel*
  • 26 – Tanzania
  • 27 – Sierra Leone, South Africa, Togo
  • 30 – Netherlands

MAY

  • 1 – Marshall Islands
  • 3 – Poland
  • 8 – Czech Republic
  • 9 – European Union
  • 14 – Paraguay
  • 17 – Norway
  • 20 – Cameroon
  • 22 – Yemen
  • 24 – Eritrea
  • 25 – Argentina, Jordan
  • 26 – Great Britain, Guyana
  • 28 – Azerbaijan, Ethiopia
  • 30 – Croatia

JUNE

  • 1 – Samoa
  • 2 – Italy
  • 4 – Tonga
  • 6 – Sweden
  • 10 – Portugal
  • 12 – Philippines, Russia
  • 17 – Iceland
  • 18 – Seychelles
  • 23 – Luxembourg
  • 25 – Mozambique, Slovenia
  • 26 – Madagascar
  • 27 – Djibouti
  • 30 – Democratic Republic of the Congo

JULY

  • 1 – Burundi, Canada, Rwanda
  • 3 – Belarus
  • 4 – United States of America
  • 5 – Cabo Verde, Venezuela, Slovakia
  • 6 – Comoros, Malawi
  • 7 – Nepal, Solomon Islands
  • 10 – Bahamas
  • 11 – Mongolia
  • 13 – Montenegro
  • 14 – France
  • 20 – Colombia
  • 21 – Belgium
  • 23 – Egypt
  • 26 – Liberia
  • 28 – Peru
  • 30 – Morocco

AUGUST

  • 1 – Benin, Switzerland
  • 2 – Macedonia
  • 6 – Bolivia, Jamaica
  • 7 – Côte d’Ivoire
  • 9 – Singapore
  • 10 – Ecuador
  • 11 – Chad
  • 15 – Republic of the Congo, Liechtenstein, South Korea
  • 17 – Gabon, Indonesia
  • 20 – Hungary
  • 24 – Ukraine
  • 25 – Uruguay
  • 27 – Moldova
  • 29 – Slovakia
  • 31 – Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Trinidad and Tobago

SEPTEMBER

  • 1 – Libya, Slovakia, Uzbekistan
  • 6 – Swaziland
  • 7 – Brazil
  • 8 – Macedonia
  • 15 – Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua
  • 16 – Mexico, Papua New Guinea
  • 18 – Chile
  • 19 – Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • 21 – Belize, Malta
  • 22 – Mali
  • 23 – Saudi Arabia
  • 24 – Guinea-Bissau
  • 30 – Botswana

OCTOBER

  • 1 – People’s Republic of China, Cyprus, Nigeria, Palau
  • 2 – Guinea
  • 3 – Germany
  • 4 – Lesotho
  • 9 – Uganda
  • 11 – Fiji*
  • 12 – Equatorial Guinea, Spain
  • 18 – Azerbaijan
  • 24 – Zambia
  • 26 – Austria
  • 27 – Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Turkmenistan
  • 28 – Czech Republic, Turkmenistan
  • 29 – Turkey

NOVEMBER

  • 1 – Algeria, Antigua and Barbuda
  • 3 – Dominica, Panama
  • 11 – Angola
  • 17 – Slovakia
  • 18 – Latvia, Oman
  • 19 – Monaco
  • 22 – Lebanon
  • 25 – Suriname
  • 28 – Albania, Mauritania
  • 30 – Barbados

DECEMBER

  • 1 – Central African Republic, Romania
  • 2 – Laos, United Arab Emirates
  • 5 – Thailand
  • 6 – Finland
  • 11 – Burkina Faso
  • 12 – Kenya
  • 16 – Bahrain, Kazakhstan
  • 18 – Niger, Qatar
  • 23 – Japan

* Israel: Independence Day, Yom Ha’atzmaut, date varies according to the Hebrew calendar. This is the 2015 date.

* UK: The UK has no official national day, although the Queen’s official birthday is often celebrated as such by embassies, consulates, and communities abroad. The date changes each year, and each commonwealth country may choose to celebrate it on a different day. Usually it occurs in late May or early June. In the UK it occurs on the first, second, or third Saturday in June.

* Fiji: Per the CIA World Factbook, Fiji celebrates its 1970 independence from Britain on the second Monday of October, and the U.S. State Department notes the date as October 11. However, October 10 (the actual date of independence) seems to have been adopted as the official date in recent years, and it will be October 10, 2015 per the government of Fiji website.

Source: Unless otherwise noted, U.S. Department of State, Diplomatic List, October 30, 2014.

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