Thirty Countries Have Paid Their UN Dues on Time for 2017

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Feb. 8, 2017 – The following is a list of the thirty UN member states that have paid their dues to the United Nations regular budget so far this year. The UN considers members past due if they have not paid by Feb. 10. So far, the member states assessed the biggest dues – the U.S., Japan and Germany, have yet to pay. Besides the U.S., none of the other permanent members of the Security Council have paid yet.

1 Angola
252,229
10-Jan-17
2 Armenia
151,338
10-Jan-17
3 Benin
75,669
10-Jan-17
4 Dominican Republic
1,160,254
10-Jan-17
5 Hungary
4,060,886
10-Jan-17
6 Liberia
25,223
10-Jan-17
7 Senegal
126,114
10-Jan-17
8 South Sudan
75,669
10-Jan-17
9 Ukraine
2,597,959
10-Jan-17
10 Canada
73,676,084
17-Jan-17
11 Singapore
11,274,636
17-Jan-17
12 Liechtenstein
176,560
19-Jan-17
13 Norway
21,414,240
19-Jan-17
14 Luxembourg
1,614,265
20-Jan-17
15 Denmark
14,730,173
24-Jan-17
16 Latvia
1,261,145
24-Jan-17
17 Australia
58,945,913
25-Jan-17
18 Guinea
50,446
25-Jan-17
19 Sweden
24,113,090
25-Jan-17
20 Estonia
958,470
26-Jan-17
21 Finland
11,501,641
26-Jan-17
22 Switzerland
28,754,104
26-Jan-17
23 Georgia
201,783
27-Jan-17
24 Ireland
8,449,670
27-Jan-17
25 New Zealand
6,759,736
27-Jan-17
26 Algeria
4,060,886
2-Feb-17
27 Kuwait
7,188,526
2-Feb-17
28 Austria
18,160,486
6-Feb-17
29 Azerbaijan
1,513,374
7-Feb-17
30 Netherlands
37,380,335
7-Feb-17