ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes with two letters for many applications, in particular the fields of first level for each country, or the codes of the monetary units ISO 4217.
- ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 codes with three letters.
- ISO 3166-1 numeric codes with three digits, identical to those defined by the statistical Division of the the United Nations, in the specification M.49 (However, all the statistical geopolitical entities retained in M.49 are not entities retained in ISO 3166-1 because all do not indicate autonomous countries or territories, because one finds there also codes for the world, the continents, and of the great areas of continents, or certain regroupings corresponding to old countries and containing each one several current countries, whereas the standard ISO 3166-1 is defined to code current territories without one not being able to include completely nor the other partially).
Assignment and use of the codesA country or territory generally obtains new alphabetic codes if its name changes, whereas a new numeric digital code is associated with a change of borders. Certain codes in each series are reserved, for various reasons.
ISO 3166-1 is not the only standard of codes for the countries.
The institutional Code of drafting of the European Union recommends, for the Convention countries, the use of the code ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 safe for the the United Kingdom (the U.K.) and the Greece (EL), cf.
The codes of the internal subdivisions of the countries appear in the standard ISO 3166-2.
The codes become obsolete (following fusion, bursting or name change of country) appear in the standard ISO 3166-3.
Count of the codes alpha-2 allocated with the countries and territories or reservedThe purpose of the following table is to synthesize the complete listing of the codes reserved ISO 3166-1, in the alphabetical order of the codes alpha-2 assigned by the standard. The bonds present in the cells point on the corresponding line in the table of coding by name of country.
Count of coding sorted by the French name of country or territory standardized by the ISOThe purpose of the following table is to synthesize the complete listing of the codes assigned ISO 3166-1, in the alphabetical order of the French names of country, such as they are indicated by the ISO standard. The common French names used on Wikipédia are also indicated.
Are presented in Italic characters the dependences of another State, or the countries not internationally recognized like autogouvernés and independent States, as well as the other usual names (between brackets). Synonyms defined by the ISO, or the independent territories which are still classified within an other are also presented without coding, with a reference towards the name of country currently standardized.
Count of coding sorted by the French name of territory exceptionally reserved by the ISOThe purpose of the following table is to synthesize the complete listing of the codes assigned ISO 3166-1 in an exceptional way, in the alphabetical order of the French names of territories, such as they are indicated by the ISO standard. The common French names used on Wikipédia are also indicated.
These codets alpha-2 does not form part of the standard ISO 3166-1 as such, but was listed jointly with it because they are used in other standards defined by members partners of the ISO (in particular UPU, ITU, ISOC).
They replace according to the cases one or more codes ISO 3166-1 standards (and can possibly be the subject of an assignment of domain name of first level for the use on Internet.) They cannot thus be the subject of a standardization of the national subdivisions in ISO 3166-2.
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