Some countries are labelled as "other" on their country page. There are three types of "other" countries:
The country has announced its commitment to join the EITI
Governments in these countries have announced that they intend to implement the EITI:
When the international EITI Board has accepted a country's application, the country will be recognised as EITI member.
The country was formerly a member and has been delisted
Some countries have lost their status as EITI implementing countries following EITI Board review in accordance with the EITI Rules or the EITI Standard. Their country pages are kept here as historical records. These countries may at any time re-apply for EITI membership.
The country has withdrawn from the EITI
The following countries have withdrawn from the EITI. Their country pages are kept here as historical records and they may at any time re-apply for EITI membership.
- Azerbaijan decided to withdraw in March 2017 from the EITI following the Board's decision to suspend the country.
- The US withdrew in October 2017. The EITI issued a statement from EITI Chair, Fredrik Reinfeldt.
- Niger withdrew following the Board’s decision to suspend Niger on the basis of inadequate progress on 26 October 2017.
- Solomon Islands withdrew in June 2018.