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1 United Kingdom 167590
2 Canada 120111
3 India 111253
4 Australia 107685
5 France 94964
6 Japan 73813
7 Italy 64419
8 Brazil 55766
9 Mexico 48191
10 Sweden 43191
11 Pakistan 43158
12 New Zealand 42215
13 Philippines 41530
14 China (People's Republic of China) 41392
15 Israel 39588
16 Switzerland 38851
17 Turkey 37494
18 Norway 37465
19 South Africa 37246
20 Soviet Union 36822
21 Singapore 34758
22 Argentina 34630
23 Peru 31267
24 Belgium 29742
25 Malaysia 29290
26 Indonesia 28272
27 Finland 26291
28 South Korea (Republic of Korea) 26212
29 Austria - 25019
30 Colombia 24873
31 North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) 24605
32 Chile 24481
33 San Marino 24266
34 Thailand 24155
35 Nigeria 23088
36 Saudi Arabia 22844
37 Cuba 21957
38 Burma 21206
39 Morocco 20818
40 Jamaica 19769
41 Venezuela 18408
42 Dominican Republic 18330
43 Cyprus 18287
44 Iceland 18278
45 Ireland 17689
46 Ghana 17206
47 Kenya 17010
48 Costa Rica 16862
49 Ecuador 16770
50 Lebanon 16552
51 Bolivia 16347
52 Malta 16327
53 Congo–Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of the Congo) 15823
54 Jordan 15366
55 Haiti 15155
56 Luxembourg 14563
57 Maldives 14543
58 Guatemala 14395
59 Somalia 13574
60 Panama 13388
61 Algeria 13137
62 El Salvador 12911
63 Taiwan (Republic of China) 12746
64 Sudan 12666
65 Monaco 12659
66 Uruguay 12613
67 Syria 12499
68 Tanzania 12258
69 Nicaragua 11780
70 Honduras 11708
71 Vatican City 10981
72 Bhutan 10779
73 Guyana 10712
74 Uganda 10424
75 Tunisia 10269
76 Sierra Leone 9553
77 Kuwait 9436
78 Trinidad and Tobago 9289
79 Liechtenstein 9100
80 Cameroon 8795
81 Barbados 8497
82 Paraguay 8386
83 Rwanda 7947
84 Suriname (constituent country) 7880
85 Andorra 7839
86 Mali 7794
87 Liberia 7763
88 Senegal 7582
89 Botswana 7323
90 Zambia 6486
91 Malawi 6242
92 Chad 5901
93 Yugoslavia 5706
94 Niger 5620
95 Guinea 5606
96 The Gambia 5340
97 Netherlands Antilles (constituent country) 5033
98 West Germany (Federal Republic of Germany) 4916
99 Lesotho 4850
100 Mauritania 4823
101 Gabon 4699
102 Congo–Brazzaville (Republic of the Congo) 4615
103 Togo 4571
104 Burundi 4250
105 Central African Republic 3283
106 Rhodesia (unrecognized, de facto independent country) 2959
107 # Gamal Abdel Nasser, Prime Minister of the United Arab Republic (1967–1970) 2734
108 Anguilla (unrecognized secessionist state) 2564
109 Sikkim 2407
110 South Vietnam (Republic of Vietnam) 2141
111 Kingdom of the Netherlands 1625
112 North Vietnam (Democratic Republic of Vietnam) 1516
113 Biafra (unrecognized secessionist state) 1488
114 Spain 1446
115 #Suharto, Acting President of Indonesia (1967–1998) 1308
116 #Sukarno, President for Life of Indonesia (1945–1967) 1256
117 # Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, President of India (1962–1967) 1145
118 Poland 1130
119 Romania 995
120 Ethiopia 966
121 Iran 949
122 Greece 820
123 Denmark 797
124 Swiss Federal Council: <!-- ordered by seniority --> 771
125 United Arab Republic (Egypt) 757
126 Albania 713
127 # Harold Holt, Prime Minister of Australia (1966–1967) 677
128 South Yemen (People's Democratic Republic of Yemen) 663
129 Hungary 636
130 # Anastasio Somoza Debayle, President of Nicaragua (1967–1972) 561
131 Mongolia 558
132 Portugal 522
133 # Sir Alexander Bustamante, Prime Minister of Jamaica (1962–1967) 438
134 Bulgaria 428
135 Czechoslovakia 397
136 # Zakir Hussain, President of India (1967–1969) 388
137 # Georgios Papadopoulos, Prime Minister of Greece (1967–1973) 330
138 Federation of South Arabia gained independence as People's Republic of South Yemen on 30 November 1967 291
139 #Georges Vanier, Governor General of Canada (1959–1967) 275
140 # Lon Nol, Prime Minister of Cambodia (1966–1967) 256
141 Laos 243
142 Nepal 241
143 North Yemen (Yemen Arab Republic) 221
144 Ceylon 199
145 Afghanistan 175
146 Libya 173
147 Upper Volta 172
148 # Sadiq al-Mahdi, Prime minister of Sudan (1966–1967) 163
149 # John McEwen, Prime Minister of Australia (1967–1968) 162
150 # Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco, President of Brazil (1964–1967) 150
151 Muscat and Oman 149
152 #Roland Michener, Governor General of Canada (1967–1974) 122
153 # Siaka Stevens, Prime Minister of Sierra Leone (1967) 121
154 # Aden Abdullah Osman Daar, President of Somalia (1960–1967) 117
155 #Sir Arthur Porritt, Governor-General of New Zealand (1967–1972) 114
156 # Abdirashid Ali Shermarke, President of Somalia (1967–1969) 109
157 # Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal, Prime Minister of Somalia (1967–1969) 101
158 # Abdul Rahman Arif, Prime Minister of Iraq (1967) 96
159 # Hugh Shearer, Prime Minister of Jamaica (1967–1972) 94
160 # Sir Donald Sangster, Prime Minister of Jamaica (1967) 84
161 # Charles Robberts Swart, State President of South Africa (1961–1967) 81
162 *#Piet de Jong, Prime Minister of the Netherlands (1967–1971) 76
163 # Artur da Costa e Silva, President of Brazil (1967–1969) 76
164 # Hassan al-Amri, Prime Minister of North Yemen (1967–1969) 68
165 Dahomey 66
166 # Chivu Stoica, President of the Council of State of Romania (1965–1967) 65
167 #Sir Bernard Fergusson, Governor-General of New Zealand (1962–1967) 62
168 #Robert Taschereau, Administrator of the Government of Canada (1967) 57
169 # Wasfi al-Tal, Prime Minister of Jordan (1965–1967) 57
170 Republic of Benin (unrecognized secessionist state) 56
171 #Jorge Pacheco Areco, President of Uruguay (1967–1972) 56
172 Iraq 55
173 # Son Sann, Prime Minister of Cambodia (1967–1968) 52
174 # Panagiotis Kanellopoulos, Prime Minister of Greece (1967) 51
175 # Abdullah as-Sallal, Prime Minister of North Yemen (1966–1967) 47
176 # Abdul Rahman al-Iryani, President of North Yemen (1967–1974) 40
177 # Mohsin Ahmad al-Aini, Prime Minister of North Yemen (1967) 40
178 # Nicolas Grunitzky, President of Togo (1963–1967) 40
179 # Naji Talib, Prime Minister of Iraq (1966–1967) 40
180 *#Jelle Zijlstra, Prime Minister of the Netherlands (1966–1967) 39
181 # Christophe Soglo, Prime Minister of Dahomey (1965–1967) 37
182 # Sir Humphrey Trevelyan, High Commissioner of South Arabia (1967) 36
183 # Sir Albert Margai, Prime Minister of Sierra Leone (1964–1967) 34
184 # Ioannis Paraskevopoulos, Prime Minister of Greece (1966–1967) 31
185 # Julio Adalberto Rivera Carballo, President of El Salvador (1962–1967) 28
186 # Lorenzo Guerrero, President of Nicaragua (1966–1967) 27
187 # Konstantinos Kollias, Prime Minister of Greece (1967) 26
188 # Tahir Yahya, Prime Minister of Iraq (1967–1968) 25
189 # Muhammad Ahmad Mahgoub, Prime minister of Sudan (1967–1969) 23
190 # Abdirizak Haji Hussein, Prime Minister of Somalia (1964–1967) 23
191 # Bahjat Talhouni, Prime Minister of Jordan (1967–1969) 23
192 # Andrew Juxon-Smith, Chairman of the National Reform Council of Sierra Leone (1967–1968) 22
193 #Mohammad Hashim Maiwandwal, Prime Minister of Afghanistan (1965–1967) 21
194 # Nguyễn Văn Lộc, Prime Minister of South Vietnam (1967–1968) 19
195 # David Lansana, Prime Minister of Sierra Leone (1967) 18
196 # Peter Adams, President of Anguilla (1967) 18
197 # Abdul Qadir al-Badri, Prime Minister of Libya (1967) 15
198 # Abdul Hamid al-Bakkoush, Prime Minister of Libya (1967–1968) 15
199 # Hussein Maziq, Prime Minister of Libya (1965–1967) 14
200 # Sir Henry Josiah Lightfoot Boston, Governor-General of Sierra Leone (1962–1967) 13
201 # Ronald Webster, President of Anguilla (1967) 13







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