What are neighbouring countries of Germany?
Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic and Poland are the neighboring countries of Germany.
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Canada has 4 neighbors; United States of America, Greenland, Alaska*, and France: St. Pierre and Miquelon St.Pierre and Miquelon is a small island (literally only a few kil…ometers long) *Alaska is actually part of the US
Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco, Spain, and Andorra are France's neighbouring countries (for mainland France)
India has 9 neighboring countries. here is name of those countries with capitals & Currency 1- Pakistan - Islamabad PakistaniRupee 2- Afghanistan - Kabul Afghani 3- China…- Beijing Renminbi (yuan) 4- Bhutan - Thimphu Bhutanesengultrum 5- Nepal - Kathmandu Nepalese rupee 6- Bangladesh - Dhaka Taka 7- Myanmar - Yangon Kyat 8- Maldives - Male `e Maldivianrufiyaa 9- Sri Lanka - Sri Jayawardenapura-Kotte Sri Lankan rupee
Korea's neighboring countries are China and Japan.
it is Russia
Depending on if you count maritime borders, it is either Russia orChina. They both have an equal number of land borders, 14. Russiahas 18 borders if you include maritime borde…rs, China has 17. Ifyou include overseas territories and maritime borders, it isFrance, with 30. However, that is not a real representation ofneighboring countries. Therefore I would go with Russia.
The neighbours of Germany are Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, and Switzerland.
Fiji's neighbouring countries are: . New Zealand to the South . Vanuatu to the West . New Caledonia to the South West . Solomon Islands to the NorthWest . Tuvalu in the N…orth . Wallis & Futuna to the NorthWest . Tonga in the East
Two countries share borders with Viet Nam: Laos and China
Belgium shares borders with France, Germany, Luxembourg and The Netherlands.
Nambia, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zambia.
Norway in the North, Russia in the East and Sweden in the West.
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Austria, Switzerland, some parts of northern Italy
They do not have a border and are hundreds of miles from each other, but both are in the northern part of Europe.