The Least Developed Countries: Accession to Paris Convention

(as of December 2005):  35 countries

Countries

Date of Accession

Africa:

 

Benin

January 10, 1967

Burkina Faso

November 19, 1963

Burundi

September 3, 1977

Central African Republic

November 19, 1963

Chad

November 19, 1963

Comoros

April 3, 2005

Democratic Republic of Congo

January 31, 1975

Equatorial Guinea

June 26, 1997

Gambia

January 21, 1992

Guinea

February 5, 1982

Guinea-Bissau

June 28, 1988

Lesotho

September 28, 1989

Liberia

August 27, 1994

Madagascar

December 21, 1963

Malawi

July 6, 1964

Mali

March 1, 1983

Mauritania

April 11, 1965

Mozambique

July 9, 1998

Niger

July 5, 1964

Rwanda

March 1, 1984

Sao Tome and Principe

May 12, 1998

Senegal

December 21, 1963

Sierra Leone

June 17, 1997

Togo

September 10, 1967

Uganda

June 14, 1965

United Republic of Tanzania

June 16, 1963

Zambia

April 6, 1965

Arab Region:

 

Djibouti

May 13, 2002

Sudan

April 16, 1984

Asia and the Pacific:

 

Bangladesh

March 3, 1991

Bhutan

August 4, 2000

Cambodia

September 22, 1998

Lao People's Democratic Republic

October 8, 1998

Nepal

June 22, 2001

The Caribbean:

 

Haiti

July 1, 1958

Least Developed Countries