|Akrotiri||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|American Samoa||none (territory of the US)|
|Anguilla||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|Aruba||none (represented by the Kingdom of the Netherlands); note - Mr. Henry BAARH, Minister Plenipotentiary for Aruba at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands|
|Ashmore and Cartier Islands||none (territory of Australia)|
|Bermuda||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|Bhutan||none; note - the Permanent Mission to the UN for Bhutan has consular jurisdiction in the US; address: 763 First Avenue, New York, NY 10017; telephone  (212) 682-2268; FAX  (212) 661-0551|
|British Indian Ocean Territory||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|British Virgin Islands||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|Cayman Islands||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|Christmas Island||none (territory of Australia)|
|Cocos (Keeling) Islands||none (territory of Australia)|
|Cook Islands||none (self-governing in free association with New Zealand)|
|Coral Sea Islands||none (territory of Australia)|
|Cuba||none; note - Cuba has an Interests Section in the Swiss Embassy, headed by Principal Officer Jorge BOLANOS Suarez; address: Cuban Interests Section, Swiss Embassy, 2630 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009; telephone:  (202) 797-8518; FAX:  (202) 797-8521|
|Dhekelia||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)||none (overseas territory of the UK; also claimed by Argentina)|
|Faroe Islands||none (self-governing overseas administrative division of Denmark)|
|French Guiana||none (overseas department of France)|
|French Polynesia||none (overseas lands of France)|
|French Southern and Antarctic Lands||none (overseas territory of France)|
|Gibraltar||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|Greenland||none (self-governing overseas administrative division of Denmark)|
|Guadeloupe||none (overseas department of France)|
|Guam||none (territory of the US)|
|Guernsey||none (British crown dependency)|
|Heard Island and McDonald Islands||none (territory of Australia)|
|Hong Kong||none (special administrative region of China); Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office carries out normal liaison and communication with the US Government and other US entities|
|Iran||none; note - Iran has an Interests Section in the Pakistani Embassy; address: Iranian Interests Section, Pakistani Embassy, 2209 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20007; telephone:  (202) 965-4990; FAX  (202) 965-1073|
|Jersey||none (British crown dependency)|
|Kiribati||Kiribati does not have an embassy in the US; there is an honorary consulate in Honolulu|
|Libya||Libya does not have an embassy in the US but maintains an interest section under the protective power of the United Arab Emirates Embassy in the US|
|Macau||none (special administrative region of China)|
|Martinique||none (overseas department of France)|
|Mayotte||none (territorial overseas collectivity of France)|
|Monaco||Monaco does not have an embassy in the US|
|Montserrat||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|Nauru||Nauru does not have an embassy in the US, but does have a UN office at 800 2nd Avenue, Suite 400 D, New York, New York 10017; telephone: (212) 937-0074|
|Netherlands Antilles||none (represented by the Kingdom of the Netherlands); note - Mr. Jeffrey CORRION, Minister Plenipotentiary for Aruba at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands|
|New Caledonia||none (overseas territory of France)|
|Niue||none (self-governing territory in free association with New Zealand)|
|Norfolk Island||none (territory of Australia)|
|North Korea||none; North Korea has a Permanent Mission to the UN in New York|
|Pitcairn Islands||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|Puerto Rico||none (territory of the US with commonwealth status)|
|Reunion||none (overseas department of France)|
|Saint Barthelemy||none (overseas collectivity of France)|
|Saint Helena||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|Saint Martin||none (overseas collectivity of France)|
|Saint Pierre and Miquelon||none (territorial overseas collectivity of France)|
|San Marino||San Marino does not have an embassy in the US|
|Sao Tome and Principe||Sao Tome and Principe does not have an embassy in the US, but does have a Permanent Mission to the UN, headed by First Secretary Domingos Augusto FERREIRA, located at 400 Park Avenue, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10022, telephone  (212) 317-0580|
|Somalia||Somalia does not have an embassy in the US (ceased operations on 8 May 1991); note - the Transitional Federal Government is represented in the United States through its Permanent Mission to the United Nations|
|South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands||none (overseas territory of the UK, also claimed by Argentina)|
|Taiwan||none; commercial and cultural relations with the people in the United States are maintained through an unofficial instrumentality, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States (TECRO), a private nonprofit corporation that performs citizen and consular services similar to those at diplomatic posts|
|Tokelau||none (territory of New Zealand)|
|Turks and Caicos Islands||none (overseas territory of the UK)|
|Tuvalu||Tuvalu does not have an embassy in the US - the country's only diplomatic post is in Fiji - Tuvalu does, however, have a UN office located at 800 2nd Avenue, Suite 400D, New York, NY 10017, telephone:  (212) 490-0534|
|Vanuatu||Vanuatu does not have an embassy in the US; it does, however, have a Permanent Mission to the UN|
|Virgin Islands||none (territory of the US)|
|Wallis and Futuna||none (overseas territory of France)|
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