What states border syria?
It is bordered by Turkey on the north, Lebanon and Israel on the west, Iraq on the east, and Jordan on the south.
NO. Syria has a closed border with all other countries. However, because of the Syrian Civil War, many Syrians simply flood over the borders of neighboring countries. If they go to Turkey, many will then smuggle themselves out of Turkey and into Greece. Since Greece has open borders with the European Union, this effectively means that Syrians have direct access to much of Europe.
Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon border Syria.
In order of longest to shortest border as the countries currently exist de facto: Jordan, Palestine, Egypt, Syria, and Lebanon.
No. Syria is on the Mediterranean Sea, but does not border on the Persian Gulf.
Syria and Israel theoretically share a border, but they are separated by the UNDOF forces which occupy a no-man's land between them. However, Syria and Israel both border Jordan and Lebanon. In the case of Lebanon, there is no land border with any nation other than Syria or Israel.
Turkey shares a border with Syria, so it's less than mile to cross the border.
Four countries border Israel. They are Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, and Jordan. Some people also would add the Gaza Strip and/or the West Bank as Palestinian states.
Syria is a country, not a city, and it does not border Bulgaria.
Israel and Syria border Lebanon.
The West Bank borders Jordan, but not Syria.
The countries that border syria are Iraq, turkey, lebanon, and jordan
Yes it does.
Let us say Syria has governates not states.
Jordan and Lebanon both border Syria and Israel.
No. Syria is an independent country that does not even border Saudi Arabia.
YES. Syria has a border with the Mediterranean Sea between Lebanon and Turkey.
No it does not. It shares a border with Israel and Syria
Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Egypt border Israel.
Iraq is bordered by Turkey to the north, Syria to the northwest, Jordan to the west, Saudi Arabia to the southwest, Kuwait to the southeast, and Iran to the east.
Turkey shares a border with Syria, Iraq, Iran, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Greece, and Bulgaria. The country that shares the most territory with Turkey is Syria.
Not yet they are near the border
Syria and Jordan share about 210 miles of common border, with no country between.
The six Countries that border Iraq are: Turkey, Syria, Iran, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait. Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Iran, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. Kuwait, Iran,Turkey, Syria, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia,Iran,Jordan,Syria,Turkey and Kuwait.
Iran's border with Iraq is longer than any other single border that Iraq has with any other nation, Syria included. However, the border between Iraq and Iran is less than 40% of all Iraqi land borders.
The most important Crusader States were the Kingdom of Jerusalem (roughly in the position of modern Israel, Palestine, and Lebanon, but slightly larger), the county of Tripoli (roughly the part of modern Syria that abuts the Mediterranean), the Principality of Antioch (northern Syria) and the County of Edessa (in the part of Turkey along the Syrian border).
No countries share a border with Israel except Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Egypt.
The countries that border Iraq are Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, and Turkey.
Israel is not currently at war (de facto). It maintains a de jure conflict with Hamas-controlled Gaza, Syria, Lebanon, Iran, and all Arab States with which it does not share a border.
Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Gaza, Egypt. Same as yesterday.
Iran,syria,saudi aradia,and turkey
The Mediterranean Sea.
Syria is currently in the midst of a civil war. The Syrian Government is opposing a variety of independent Rebel groups. Some of the Rebels are aligned with Al-Qaeda and some are pro-democratic. If the United States begins any strike on Syria (limited or not) it will be the first foreign opponent in the Syrian Civil War (aside from Rebel groups that have cross-border support with Iraq).
There are four UN-recognized Arab countries that surround Israel: Egypt, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon. The two Arab Palestinian states (Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip and Fatah-controlled West Bank) also border Israel.
Damascus is the capital and largest city of Syria, the country whose western border is Lebanon.
Landforms in Syria include plains, deserts, and mountains. There are also rivers and coastlines, some of which border the Mediterranean Sea.
Syria borders Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea to the west, Israel to the southwest, Jordan to the south, Iraq to the east, and Turkey to the north.
Syria and Jordan share about 210 miles of common border, with no country between, so 0 miles/kilometers...
Syria and Iraq are both south of Turkey, sharing a border with it. Cyprus is south of it in the Mediterranean Sea. Syria and Iraq
There are six countries that border Iraq. They are Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Iran!
The "Border States" were slave states.
Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Egypt.
Syria, Iraq, Isreal, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia.
Harran is a village in Turkey near the border with Syria.
Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria
These countries all border ISRAEL.
Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri, Delaware. the states on the border of Mexico are typically referred to as border states.
If you mean how many cities are in syria . so it's 14 :)
Border States were states on the border between the Union and Confederacy. The border states were loyal to the Union, but to keep them loyal, the Union kept slavery legal in them.
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ISRAEL and SYRIA are the only countries that have land borders with Lebanon. Both countries have fraught relations with Lebanon at present.