Diplomatic Country Codes for Kenyan Registration Number Plates

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Did you know that the diplomatic numbers (which are also used as part of vehicle registrations) for foreign embassies here in Kenya were assigned in the order that they recognized Kenya’s independence? Germany (then West Germany) was the first to do this hence it got the number 1CD. Here is the list of embassies in Kenya and their assigned number. This list is not exhaustive so feel free to post your additions any time.

The first country to recognize Kenya’s independence was Germany (then West Germany), then Russia, Ethiopia and then China. The diplomatic number given to the embassies of  these countries are 1 CD, 2 CD, 3 CD, and 4 CD respectively. Kenyan citizens are growing more and more tired of the obnoxious driving and “Red Plate Impunity Syndrome” many of them seem to suffer from, so this is a handy list to make complaints to embassies with complete number plates.

1 CD………………………………………………..Germany
2 CD………………………………………………..Russia 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 CD………………………………………………..Denmark
13 CD………………………………………………. Japan
14 CD………………………………………………. Sudan
15 CD………………………………………………..Austria
16 CD………………………………………………. India
17 CD………………………………………………..Australia
18 CD………………………………………………..Canada
19 CD………………………………………………..Holy See
20 CD………………………………………………. Finland
21 CD………………………………………………. Switzerland
22 CD………………………………………………..Britain
23 CD………………………………………………..Liberia
24 CD………………………………………………. Israel
25 CD………………………………………………..Nigeria
27 CD………………………………………………..Netherlands
29 CD………………………………………………..USA
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
45 CD………………………………………………..Romania
46 CD………………………………………………..Thailand
48 CD  ………………………………………………Colombia
50 CD………………………………………………. Somalia
51 CD………………………………………………..Brazil

52 CD   ……………………………………………..Turkey
53 CD………………………………………………..Lesotho
54 CD   ……………………………………………..Zambia
56 CD  ………………………………………………Malaysia
57 CD   ……………………………………………..Congo (DRC)
58 CD   ……………………………………………. Swaziland
59 CD   ……………………………………………. Sri Lanka
60 CD   ……………………………………………. Iraq
61 CD   ……………………………………………..Rwanda
64 CD  …………………………………………….. Iran
65 CD  ………………………………………………Cyprus
66 CD   ……………………………………………..Argentina
68 CD   ……………………………………………..Philippines
69 CD   ……………………………………………..Burundi
70 CD  ………………………………………………Chile
72 CD   ……………………………………………..League of Arab States
73 CD  ………………………………………………European Union
74 CD  ………………………………………………Yemen
75 CD………………………………………………..Kenya Mission to UNEP
76 CD………………………………………………..Cote d’Ivoire  (Consulate)
77 CD………………………………………………..Bangladesh
78 CD………………………………………………. Saudi Arabia
80 CD………………………………………………..Libya
81 CD………………………………………………. Ireland (Consulate)
82 CD  …………………………………………….. Kenya Mission to Habitat
83 CD………………………………………………..Algeria
84 CD………………………………………………..Palestine
85 CD………………………………………………..Uganda
86 CD………………………………………………..Mexico
87 CD………………………………………………..Morocco
88 CD………………………………………………..Costa Rica (Consulate)
89 CD………………………………………………..Gabon (Consulate)
91 CD………………………………………………. Indonesia
92 CD………………………………………………..Portugal
93 CD………………………………………………..Venezuela
94 CD………………………………………………..Zimbabwe
97 CD………………………………………………..Tanzania
102 CD………………………………………………Mozambique
103 CD…………………………………………….. South Africa
104 CD………………………………………………Eritrea
106 CD………………………………………………Czech
107 CD………………………………………………Aga Khan
110 CD………………………………………………Botswana (Consulate)
115 CD………………………………………………Ukraine
116 CD…………………………………………….. Sahrawi

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