Diplomatic number plates in Kenya

A diplomatic vehicle is captured by a motorist overlapping on June 7, 2018/ NJOKI KIGUTHA/ MA3ROUTE

Some diplomats have been accused of impunity on the road. Here is a list that can help you flag them and their respective embassies and countries.

Notably, the red plates are assigned according to the time they recognized Kenya’s independence.

  • 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 CD – Denmark
  • 13 CD – Japan
  • 14 CD – Sudan
  • 15 CD – Austria
  • 16 CD – India
  • 17 CD – Australia
  • 18 CD – Canada
  • 19 CD – Holy See (The Vatican)
  • 20 CD – Finland
  • 21 CD – Switzerland
  • 22 CD – 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

 

  • 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 Programme (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 (The World Bank)
  • 44 UN – Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
  • 45 UN – World Food Programme (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 – DRC
  • 58 CD – Swaziland
  • 59 CD – Sri Lanka
  • 60 CD – Iraq
  • 61 CD – Rwanda
  • 62 UN – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees / UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR)
  • 63 UN – United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Eastern and Southern African Regional Office
  • 64 CD – Iran
  • 65 CD – Cyprus
  • 66 CD – Argentina
  • 67 UN – United Nations Information Centre (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 – Côte d’Ivoire
  • 77 CD – Bangladesh
  • 78 CD – Saudi Arabia
  • 79 UN – United Nations Centre for Human Settlements / UN-Habitat (UNCHS)

 

  • 80 CD – Libya
  • 81 CD – Ireland (Consulate)
  • 82 CD – United Nations Centre for Human Settlements / UN-Habitat (Kenya Mission)
  • 83 CD – Algeria
  • 84 CD – Palestine
  • 85 CD – Uganda
  • 86 CD – Mexico
  • 87 CD – Morocco
  • 88 CD – Costa Rica
  • 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 (I.C.A.O)
  • 96 CD – Asian Development Bank
  • 97 CD – Tanzania
  • 99 CD – Peru
  • 100 CD – International Finance Corporation (I.F.C)
  • 101 CD – United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Norwegian Mission
  • 102 CD – Mozambique
  • 103 CD – South Africa
  • 104 CD – Eritrea
  • 105 UN – United Nations Office in 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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