Country codes for diplomatic license plates in Kenya

Diplomatic license plates for diplomatic cars in Kenya have separate red plates with a specific number assigned to a country plus the letters CD.

License plates were issued to countries with embassies in Kenya in the order in which they recognized Kenya’s independence. Germany (then West Germany) was the first country to recognize Kenya’s independence, so they have the diplomatic plate 1 CD and so on. UN bodies also have diplomatic plates in Kenya.

Currently, diplomatic plates in Kenya are as follows:

  • 1 CD – Germany
  • 2 CD – Russian Federation
  • 3 CD – Ethiopia
  • 4 CD – China
  • 5 CD – Norway
  • 6 CD – Hungary
  • 7 CD – Egypt
  • 8 CD – Serbia
  • 9 CD – Italy
  • 10 CD – France
  • 11 CD – Slovakia
  • 12 CDs – Denmark
  • 13 CD – Japan
  • 14 CD – Sudan
  • 15 CD – Austria
  • 16 CD – India
  • 17 CD – Australia
  • 18 CD – Canada
  • 19 CD – Holy See (Vatican)
  • 20 CD – Finland
  • 21 CD – Switzerland
  • 22 CD – Great Britain
  • 23 CD – Liberia
  • 24 CD – Israel
  • 25 CD – Nigeria
  • 26 CD – Ghana
  • 27 CD – Netherlands
  • 28 CD – Malawi
  • 29 CD – United States of America (United States)
  • 30 CD – Belgium
  • 31 CD – Sweden
  • 32 CD – Pakistan
  • 33 CD – Poland
  • 34 CD – Korea
  • 35 CD – Bulgaria
  • 36 CD – Greece
  • 37 CD – Cuba
  • 38 CD – Kuwait
  • 39 CD – Spain
  • 40 UN – United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
  • 41 UN – World Health Organization (WHO)
  • 42 UN – United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
  • 43 UN – International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank)
  • 44 UN – Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
  • 45 UN – World Food Program (WFP)
  • 45 CD – Romania
  • 46 CD – Thailand
  • 47 CD – The African Union (AU)
  • 48 CD – Colombia
  • 49 CD – India
  • 50 CD – Somalia
  • 51 CD – Brazil
  • 52 CD – Turkey
  • 53 CD – Lesotho
  • 54 CD – Zambia
  • 55 CD – Madagascar
  • 56 CD – Malaysia
  • 57 CD – DR Congo (DRC)
  • 58 CD – Swaziland
  • 59 CD – Sri Lanka
  • 60 CD – Iraq
  • 61 CD – Rwanda
  • 62 UN – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees / United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR)
  • 63 UN – United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Regional Office for Eastern and Southern Africa
  • 64 CD – Iran
  • 65 CD – Cyprus
  • 66 CD – Argentina
  • 67 UN – United Nations Information Center (UNIC)
  • 68 CD – Philippines
  • 69 CD – Burundi
  • 70 CD – Chile
  • 71 CD – Oman
  • 72 CD – League of Arab States / Arab League
  • 73 CD – European Union
  • 74 CD – Yemen
  • 75 CD – Kenya Mission to UNEP
  • 76 CD – Ivory Coast (Consulate)
  • 77 CD – Bangladesh
  • 78 CD – Saudi Arabia
  • 79 UN – United Nations Center for Human Settlements / UN-Habitat (UNCHS)
  • 80 CD – Libya
  • 81 CD – Ireland (Consulate)
  • 82 CD – United Nations Center for Human Settlements / UN-Habitat (Mission Kenya)
  • 83 CD – Algeria
  • 84 CD – Palestine
  • 85 CD – Uganda
  • 86 CD – Mexico
  • 87 CD – Morocco
  • 88 CD – Costa Rica (Consulate)
  • 89 CD – Gabon (Consulate)
  • 90 UN – United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Kenya Country Office
  • 91 CD – Indonesia
  • 92 CD – Portugal
  • 93 CD – Venezuela
  • 94 CD – Zimbabwe
  • 95 CD – International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
  • 96 CD – Asian Development Bank
  • 97 CD – Tanzania
  • 99 CD – Peru
  • 100 CD – International Finance Corporation (IFC)
  • 101 CD – United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) Norwegian Mission
  • 102 CD – Mozambique
  • 103 CD – South Africa
  • 104 CD – Eritrea
  • 105 UN – United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON)
  • 106 CD – Czech Republic
  • 107 CD – The Aga Khan
  • 108 UN – UNFPA
  • 110 UN – UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization)
  • 115 CD – Ukraine
  • 116 CD – Sahrawi
  • 117 CD – Djibouti
  • 118 CD – Sierra Leone
  • 121 CD – South Sudan
  • 123 CD – United Arab Emirates

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