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  1. Fifty generally recognised sovereign states, Kosovo with limited, but substantial, international recognition, and seven largely unrecognised de facto states with limited to no recognition have territory in Europe and/or membership in international European organisations.

    English Common And Formal Names [16] [17] ...
    Domestic Common And Formal Names [16] ...
    Capital [19] [20] [21]
    Population [a] [22]
    Albania [j] Republic of Albania
    Albanian: Shqipëri / Shqipëria – ...
    Tirana Albanian: Tiranë
    2,876,276
    Andorra Principality of Andorra
    Catalan: Andorra – Principat d'Andorra
    Andorra la Vella Catalan: Andorra la ...
    78,000
    Armenia [b] Republic of Armenia
    Armenian: Հայաստան – Հայաստանի ...
    Yerevan Armenian: Երևան (Yerevan)
    2,925,000
    Austria * Republic of Austria
    German: Österreich – Republik ...
    Vienna German: Wien
    8,857,960
  2. The list includes all members of the Council of Europe, Belarus and Kosovo. The figures provided are all quoted in US dollars . Contents 1 Gross Domestic Product 1.1 GDP (PPP) by country in 2017 (in billions of USD)[1] 2 See also 3 References Gross Domestic Product GDP (PPP) by country in 2017 (in billions of USD) 36 3 28 440 172 179 529 45 153 101

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  4. The list below includes all entities falling even partially under any of the various common definitions of Europe, geographical or political. Fifty generally recognised sovereign states, Kosovo with limited, but substantial, international recognition, and seven largely unrecognised de facto states with limited to no recognition have territory in Europe and/or membership in international ...

  5. Transcontinental countries in Europe and Africa, classified as Southern European countries by the United Nations Statistics Division: Italy ( Pantelleria and the Pelagie Islands ), Malta, Portugal ( Madeira [including the Savage Islands ]), and Spain ( Canary Islands, Ceuta, Melilla, Alboran Island, and Spain's plazas de soberanía ).

    Common And Formal Names
    Membership Within The Un System [a]
    Sovereignty Dispute [b]
    Further Information On Status And ...
    Comoros – Union of the Comoros
    AAC UN member state
    AAC None
    Comoros is a federation of three islands.
    Ethiopia – Federal Democratic Republic of ...
    AAC UN member state
    AAC None
    Ethiopia is a federation of nine regions ...
    Mauritius – Republic of Mauritius
    AAC UN member state
    AAC None
    Mauritius has an autonomous island, ...
    Morocco – Kingdom of Morocco
    AAC UN member state
    AAC None
    Part of the Moroccan-claimed Western ...
  6. [4][5][5]Based on that division, transcontinental statesAzerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Turkeyhave territory both in Europe and Asia. The island of Cyprusin West Asiais proximate to Anatolia(or Asia Minor) and is on the Anatolian Plate[6]but is often considered part of Europe as a current member of the European Union(EU).

  7. The list below includes all entities falling even partially under any of the various common definitions of Europe, geographical or political. Fifty generally recognised sovereign states, Kosovo with limited, but substantial, international recognition, and seven largely unrecognised de facto states w