List of state leaders in 2005

List of state leaders in 2005

Africa

* Algeria
** President - Abdelaziz Bouteflika, President of Algeria (1999–present)
** Prime Minister - Ahmed Ouyahia, Prime Minister of Algeria (2003–2006)
* Angola
** President - José Eduardo dos Santos, President of Angola (1979–present)
** Prime Minister - Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, Prime Minister of Angola (2002–2008)
* Benin
**President - Mathieu Kérékou, President of Benin (1996–2006)
* Botswana
**President - Festus Mogae, President of Botswana (1998–2008)
* Burkina Faso
** President - Blaise Compaoré, President of Burkina Faso (1987–present)
** Prime Minister - Paramanga Ernest Yonli, Prime Minister of Burkina Faso (2000–2007)
* Burundi
**President -
**# Domitien Ndayizeye, President of Burundi (2003-2005)
**# Pierre Nkurunziza, President of Burundi (2005–present)
* Cameroon
** President - Paul Biya, President of Cameroon (1982–present)
** Prime Minister - Ephraïm Inoni, Prime Minister of Cameroon (2004–present)
* Cape Verde
** President - Pedro Pires, President of Cape Verde (2001–present)
** Prime Minister - José Maria Neves, Prime Minister of Cape Verde (2001–present)
* Central African Republic
** President - François Bozizé, President of the Central African Republic (2003–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Célestin Gaombalet, Prime Minister of the Central African Republic (2003–2005)
**# Elie Doté, Prime Minister of the Central African Republic (2005–2008)
* Chad
** President - Idriss Déby, President of Chad (1990–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Moussa Faki, Prime Minister of Chad (2003–2005)
**# Pascal Yoadimnadji, Prime Minister of Chad (2005–2007)
* Comoros
**President - Azali Assoumani, President of Comoros (2002–2006)
** Anjouan - Mohamed Bacar, President of Anjouan (2002–2007)
** Grande Comore - Abdou Soulé Elbak, President of Grande Comore (2002–2007)
** Mohéli - Mohamed Said Fazul, President of Mohéli (2002–2007)
* Democratic Republic of the Congo
**President - Joseph Kabila, President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (2001–present)
* Republic of the Congo
**President - Denis Sassou-Nguesso, President of the Republic of the Congo (1997–present)
** Prime Minister - Isidore Mvouba, Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo (2005–present)
* Côte d'Ivoire
** President - Laurent Gbagbo, President of Côte d'Ivoire (2000–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Seydou Diarra, Prime Minister of Côte d'Ivoire (2003–2005)
**# Charles Konan Banny, Prime Minister of Côte d'Ivoire (2005–2007)
* Djibouti
** President - Ismail Omar Guelleh, President of Djibouti (1999–present)
** Prime Minister - Dileita Mohamed Dileita, Prime Minister of Djibouti (2001–present)
* Equatorial Guinea
** President - Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, President of Equatorial Guinea (1979–present)
** Prime Minister - Miguel Abia Biteo Boricó, Prime Minister of Equatorial Guinea (2004–2006)
* Eritrea
**President - Isaias Afewerki, President of Eritrea (1993–present)
* Ethiopia
** President - Girma Wolde-Giorgis, President of Ethiopia (2001–present)
** Prime Minister - Meles Zenawi, Prime Minister of Ethiopia (1995–present)
* Gabon
** President - Omar Bongo, President of Gabon (1967–present)
** Prime Minister - Jean-François Ntoutoume Emane, Prime Minister of Gabon (1999–2006)
* The Gambia
**President - Yahya Jammeh, President of The Gambia (1994–present)
* Ghana
**President - John Kufuor, President of Ghana (2001–present)
* Guinea
** President - Lansana Conté, President of Guinea (1984–present)
** Prime Minister - Cellou Dalein Diallo, Prime Minister of Guinea (2004–2006)
* Guinea-Bissau
** President -
**# Henrique Rosa, interim President of Guinea-Bissau (2003–2005)
**# João Bernardo Vieira, President of Guinea-Bissau (2005–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Carlos Gomes Júnior, Prime Minister of Guinea-Bissau (2004-2005)
**# Aristides Gomes, Prime Minister of Guinea-Bissau (2005-2007)
* Kenya
**President - Mwai Kibaki, President of Kenya (2002–present)
* Lesotho
** Monarch - Letsie III, King of Lesotho (1996–present)
** Prime Minister - Pakalitha Mosisili, Prime Minister of Lesotho (1998–present)
* Liberia
** Head of State - Gyude Bryant, Chairman of the Transitional Government of Liberia (2003–2006)
* Libya
** "De facto" Chief of State - Muammar al-Gaddafi, Guide of the Revolution (1969–present)
** Nominal Chief of State - Zentani Muhammad az-Zentani, General Secretary of the General People's Congress (1992–present)
** Head of Government - Shukri Ghanem, General Secretary of the General People's Committee (2003–2006)
* Madagascar
** President - Marc Ravalomanana, President of Madagascar (2002–present)
** Prime Minister - Jacques Sylla, Prime Minister of Madagascar (2002–2007)
* Malawi
** President - Bingu wa Mutharika, President of Malawi (2004–present)
* Mali
** President - Amadou Toumani Touré, President of Mali (2002–present)
** Prime Minister - Ousmane Issoufi Maïga, Prime Minister of Mali (2004–2007)
* Mauritania
** Head of State -
**# Maaouya Ould Sid'Ahmed Taya, President of Mauritania (1984–2005)
**# Ely Ould Mohamed Vall, Chairman of the Military Council for Justice and Democracy (2005–2007)
** Prime Minister -
**# Sghair Ould M'Bareck, Prime Minister of Mauritania (2003–2005)
**# Sidi Mohamed Ould Boubacar, Prime Minister of Mauritania (2005–2007)
* Mauritius
** President - Anerood Jugnauth, President of Mauritius (2003–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Paul Bérenger, Prime Minister of Mauritius (2003–2005)
**# Navin Ramgoolam, Prime Minister of Mauritius (2005–present)
** Rodrigues
*** Chief Commissioner - Serge Clair, Chief Commissioner of Rodrigues (2003–2006)
*** Chief Executive - Jean-Claude Pierre-Louis, Chief Executive of Rodrigues (2004–present)
* Morocco
** Monarch - Mohammed VI, King of Morocco (1999–present)
** Prime Minister - Driss Jettou, Prime Minister of Morocco (2002–2007)
*Mozambique -
**President -
**#Joaquim Chissano, President of Mozambique (1986–2005)
**#Armando Guebuza, President of Mozambique (2005–present)
**Prime Minister - Luisa Diogo, Prime Minister of Mozambique (2004–present)
*Namibia -
**President -
**#Sam Nujoma, President of Namibia (1990–2005)
**#Hifikepunye Pohamba, President of Namibia (2005–present)
**Prime Minister -
**#Theo-Ben Gurirab, Prime Minister of Namibia (2002–2005)
**#Nahas Angula, Prime Minister of Namibia (2005–present)
* Niger
** President - Tandja Mamadou, President of Niger (1999–present)
** Prime Minister - Hama Amadou, Prime Minister of Niger (2000–2007)
* Nigeria
**President - Olusegun Obasanjo, President of Nigeria (1999–2007)
* Rwanda
** President - Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda (2000–present)
** Prime Minister - Bernard Makuza, Prime Minister of Rwanda (2000–present)
* São Tomé and Príncipe
** President - Fradique de Menezes, President of São Tomé and Príncipe (2001–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Damião Vaz d'Almeida, Prime Minister of São Tomé and Principe (2004–2005)
**# Maria do Carmo Silveira, (2005–2006)
** Principe - Zeferino dos Prazeres, President of the Regional Government of Principe (2002–2006)
* Senegal
** President - Abdoulaye Wade, President of Senegal (2000–present)
** Prime Minister - Macky Sall, Prime Minister of Senegal (2004–2007)
* Seychelles
** President - James Michel, President of Seychelles (2004–present)
* Sierra Leone
**President - Ahmad Tejan Kabbah, President of Sierra Leone (1998–2007)
* Somalia
** President in Jowhar - Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed, President of Somalia (2004–present)
** Prime Minister in Jowhar - Ali Muhammad Ghedi, Prime Minister of Somalia (2004–2007)
** elected President in Mogadishu - Abdinur Ahmed Darman (2003–2006)
** Republic of Somaliland - Dahir Riyale Kahin, President of Somaliland (2002–present)
** Puntland -
**# Mohamed Abdi Hashi, President of Puntland (2004-2005)
**# Mohamud Muse Hersi "Adde", President of Puntland (2005–present)
* South Africa
** President - Thabo Mbeki, President of South Africa (1999–2008)
* Sudan
** President - Omar Hasan Ahmad al-Bashir, President of Sudan (1989–present)
** Southern Sudan
**# John Garang, President of the Government of Southern Sudan (2005)
**# Salva Kiir, (2005–present)
* Swaziland -
** Monarch - Mswati III, King of Swaziland (1986–present)
** Prime Minister - Themba Dlamini, Prime Minister of Swaziland (2003–present)
* Tanzania
** President -
**# Benjamin Mkapa, President of Tanzania (1995–2005)
**# Jakaya Kikwete, (2005–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Frederick Sumaye, Prime Minister of Tanzania (1995–2005)
**# Edward Lowassa, (2005–2008)
** Zanzibar -
***President - Amani Abeid Karume, President of Zanzibar (2000–present)
***Chief Minister - Shamsi Vuai Nahodha, Chief Minister of Zanzibar (2000–present)
* Togo
** President -
**# Gnassingbe Eyadema, President of Togo (1967–2005)
**# Faure Gnassingbé, (2005)
**# Abass Bonfoh (acting), (2005)
**# Faure Gnassingbé, (2005–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Koffi Sama, Prime Minister of Togo (2002–2005)
**# Edem Kodjo, (2005–2006)
* Tunisia
** President - Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, President of Tunisia (1987–present)
** Prime Minister - Mohamed Ghannouchi, Prime Minister of Tunisia (1999–present)
* Uganda
** President - Yoweri Museveni, President of Uganda (1986–present)
** Prime Minister - Apolo Nsibambi, Prime Minister of Uganda (1999–present)
* Western Sahara (Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic)
** President - Mohammed Abdel Aziz, President of Western Sahara (1982–present)
** Prime Minister - Abdelkader Taleb Oumar, Prime Minister of Western Sahara (2003–present)
* Zambia
**President - Levy Mwanawasa, President of Zambia (2002–2008)
* Zimbabwe
**President - Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe (1987–present)

Asia

* Afghanistan
**President - Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan (2001–present)
* Bangladesh
** President - Iajuddin Ahmed, President of Bangladesh (2002–present)
** Prime Minister - Khaleda Zia, Prime Minister of Bangladesh (2001–2006)
* Bhutan
** King - Jigme Singye Wangchuck, King of Bhutan (1972–2006)
** Prime Minister -
**# Lyonpo Yeshey Zimba, Prime Minister of Bhutan (2004–2005)
**# Lyonpo Sangay Ngedup, Prime Minister of Bhutan (2005–2006)
* Brunei
** Sultan - Hassanal Bolkiah, Sultan of Brunei (1967–present)
** Prime Minister - Hassanal Bolkiah, Prime Minister of Brunei (1984–present)
* Cambodia
** King - Norodom Sihamoni, King of Cambodia (2004–present)
** Prime Minister - Hun Sen, Prime Minister of Cambodia (1998–present)
* People's Republic of China
** Communist Party Leader - Hu Jintao, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (2002–present)
** President - Hu Jintao, President of the People's Republic of China (2003–present)
** Premier - Wen Jiabao, Premier of the People's Republic of China (2003–present)
*East Timor -
**President - Xanana Gusmão, President of East Timor (2002–2007)
**Prime Minister - Mari Alkatiri, Prime Minister of East Timor (2002–2006)
* Hong Kong
** Chief Executive -
**# Tung Chee Hwa, Chief Executive of Hong Kong (1997–2005)
**# Sir Donald Tsang (acting), (2005)
**# Henry Tang (acting), (2005)
**# Sir Donald Tsang, (2005–present)
* India
** President - Abdul Kalam, President of India (2002–2007)
** Prime Minister - Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India (2004–present)
* Indonesia
**President - Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President of Indonesia (2004–present)
* Japan
** Emperor - Akihito, Emperor of Japan (1989–present)
** Prime Minister - Junichiro Koizumi, Prime Minister of Japan (2001–2006)
*Kazakhstan -
**President - Nursultan Nazarbayev, President of Kazakhstan (1990–present)
**Prime Minister - Daniyal Akhmetov, Prime Minister of Kazakhstan (2003–2007)
* Macau
**Chief Executive - Edmund Ho, (1999–present)
* North Korea
** "De facto" Ruler - Kim Jong-il, Chairman of the National Defense Commission (1994–present)
** Communist Party Leader - Kim Jong-il, General Secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea (1997–present)
** Nominal Head of State - Kim Yong-nam, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly (1998–present)
** Premier - Pak Pong-ju, Premier of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (2003–2007)
* South Korea
**President - Roh Moo-hyun, President of the Republic of Korea (2003–2008)
**Prime Minister - Lee Hai-chan, Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea (2004–2006)
* Kyrgyzstan
** President -
**# Askar Akayev, President of Kyrgyzstan (1990–2005)
**# Kurmanbek Bakiyev, (2005–present)
** Prime minister -
**# Nikolay Tanayev, Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan (2002–2005)
**# Kurmanbek Bakiyev, interim (2005)
**# Feliks Kulov, (2005–2007)
* Laos
** Communist Party Leader - Khamtai Siphandon, General Secretary of the Lao People's Revolutionary Party (1992–2006)
** President - Khamtai Siphandon, President of Laos (1998–2006)
** Prime Minister - Boungnang Vorachith, Prime Minister of Laos (2001–2006)
* Malaysia
** Monarch - Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin ibni al-Marhum Syed Putra Jamalullail, Paramount Ruler of Malaysia (2001–2006)
** Prime Minister - Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Prime Minister of Malaysia (2003–present)
* Maldives
**President - Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, President of Maldives (1978–present)
* Mongolia
** President -
**# Natsagiin Bagabandi, President of Mongolia (1997–2005)
**# Nambaryn Enkhbayar, (2005–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj, Prime Minister of Mongolia (2004–2006)
**# Miyeegombyn Enkhbold, (2006-present)
* Myanmar
** Head of State - Than Shwe, Chairman of the State Peace and Development Council (1992–present)
** Prime Minister - Lieutenant-General Soe Win, Prime Minister of Myanmar (2004–2007)
* Nepal
** Monarch - Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, Raja of Nepal (2001–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Sher Bahadur Deuba, Prime Minister of Nepal (2004–2005)
**# Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev (direct rule by monarch), (2005–2006)
* Pakistan -
** President - Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan (2001–2008)
** Prime Minister - Shaukat Aziz, Prime Minister of Pakistan (2004–2007)
* The Philippines
**President - Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, President of the Philippines (2001–present)
**Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM)
**# Zaldy Ampatuan, Governor of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (2005–present)
* Singapore
** President - S. R. Nathan, President of Singapore (1999–present)
** Prime Minister - Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore (2004–present)
* Sri Lanka
** President -
**# Chandrika Kumaratunga, President of Sri Lanka (1994-2005)
**# Mahinda Rajapakse, President of Sri Lanka (2005–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Mahinda Rajapakse, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka (2004-2005)
**# Ratnasiri Wickremanayake, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka (2005–present)
*Republic of China (Taiwan)
** President - Chen Shui-bian, President of the Republic of China (2000–2008)
** Premier -
**# Yu Shyi-kun, President of the Executive Yuan (2002–2005)
**# Frank Hsieh, (2005–2006)
* Tajikistan
** President - Emomali Rahmonov, President of Tajikistan (1992–present)
** Prime Minister - Akil Akilov, Prime Minister of Tajikistan (1999–present)
** Gorno-Badakhshan - Alimamad Niyozmamadov, Chairman of the administration (1994–present)
* Thailand
** King - Bhumibol Adulyadej, King of Thailand (1946–present)
** Prime Minister - Thaksin Shinawatra, Prime Minister of Thailand (2001–2006)
*Turkmenistan - Saparmurat Niyazov, President of Turkmenistan (1991–2006)
*Uzbekistan -
**President - Islom Karimov, President of Uzbekistan (1991–present)
**Prime Minister - Shavkat Mirziyoyev, Prime Minister of Uzbekistan (2003–present)
* Vietnam
** Communist Party Leader - Nong Duc Manh, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (2001–present)
** President - Tran Duc Luong, President of Vietnam (1997–2006)
** Prime Minister - Phan Van Khai, Prime Minister of Vietnam (1997–2006)

Australia and Oceania

* American Samoa (U.S. territory)
**Togiola Tulafono, Governor of American Samoa (2003–present)
* Australia
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia (1952–present)
** Governor-General - Michael Jeffery, Governor-General of Australia (2003–2008)
** Prime Minister - John Howard, Prime Minister of Australia (1996–2007)
* Cook Islands (self-governing territory of New Zealand)
** High Commissioner -
**#Kurt Meyer, High Commissioner of the Cook Islands (2001–2005)
**#John Bryan, High Commissioner of the Cook Islands (2005–present)
** Queen's Representative - Fred Goodwin, Queen's Representative in the Cook Islands (2001–present)
** Prime Minister - Jim Marurai, Prime Minister of the Cook Islands (2004–present)
* Fiji
** President - Ratu Josefa Iloilo, President of Fiji (2000–present)
** Prime Minister - Laisenia Qarase, Prime Minister of Fiji (2001–2006)
* French Polynesia (French Overseas Country)
** High Commissioner -
**# Michel Mathieu, High Commissioner of French Polynesia (2001–2005)
**# Jacques Michaut, High Commissioner of French Polynesia (2005)
**# Anne Boquet, High Commissioner of French Polynesia (acting) (2005–present)
** President of the Government -
**# Gaston Flosse, President of the Government of French Polynesia (2004–2005)
**# Oscar Temaru, (2005–2006)
*Kiribati - Anote Tong, President of Kiribati (2003–present)
*Marshall Islands - Kessai Note, President of the Marshall Islands (2000–2008)
*Federated States of Micronesia - Joseph J. Urusemal, President of the Federated States of Micronesia (2003–2007)
*Nauru - Ludwig Scotty, President of Nauru (2004–2007)
* New Caledonia (French Overseas Country)
** High Commissioner -
**# Daniel Constantin, High Commissioner of New Caledonia (2002-2005)
**# Michel Mathieu, High Commissioner of New Caledonia (2005–present)
** President of the Government - Marie-Noëlle Thémereau, President of the Government of New Caledonia (2004–present)
* New Zealand
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of New Zealand (1952–present)
** Governor-General - Dame Silvia Cartwright, Governor-General of New Zealand (2001–present)
** Prime Minister - Helen Clark, Prime Minister of New Zealand (1999–present)
* Niue (associated state of New Zealand)
** Resident Commissioner - Sandra Lee-Vercoe, Resident Commissioner of Niue (2003–present)
** Prime Minister - Young Vivian, Prime Minister of Niue (2002–present)
* Northern Mariana Islands (Commonwealth of the U.S.)
** Governor -
**# Juan Babauta, Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands (2002–2006)
**# Benigno Fitial, (2006-present)
*Palau - Tommy Remengesau, President of Palau (2001–present)
* Papua New Guinea
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Papua New Guinea (1975–present)
** Governor-General - Sir Paulias Matane, Governor-General of Papua New Guinea (2004–present)
** Prime Minister - Sir Michael Somare, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (2002–present)
** Bougainville - Joseph Kabui, President of Bougainville Autonomous Government (2005-present)
* Pitcairn Islands (overseas territory of the United Kingdom)
** Governor - Richard Fell, Governor of the Pitcairn Islands (2001–present)
** Commissioner - Leslie Jacques, Commissioner of the Pitcairn Islands (2003–present)
** Mayor - Jay Warren, Mayor of the Pitcairn Islands (2004–present)
* Samoa
** Monarch - Malietoa Tanumafili II, Head of State of Samoa (1963–2007)
** Prime Minister - Tuila'epa Sailele Malielegaoi, Prime Minister of Samoa (1998–present)
*Solomon Islands -
**Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of the Solomon Islands (1978–present)
**Governor-General - Nathaniel Waena, Governor-General of the Solomon Islands (2004–present)
**Prime Minister - Allan Kemakeza, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands (2001–2006)
* Tokelau (territory of New Zealand)
** Administrator - Neil Walter, Administrator of Tokelau (2003–present)
** Head of Government -
**# Patuki Isaako, Head of Government (2004–2005)
**# Pio Tuia, (2005–present)
* Tonga
** Monarch - Taufa'ahau Tupou IV, King of Tonga (1965–2006)
** Prime Minister - Prince Lavaka Ata 'Ulukalala, Prime Minister of Tonga (2000–2006)
* Tuvalu
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Tuvalu (1978–present)
** Governor-General -
**# Faimalaga Luka, Governor-General of Tuvalu (2003–2005)
**# Filoimea Telito, (2005–present)
** Prime Minister - Maatia Toafa, Prime Minister of Tuvalu (2004–2006)
*Vanuatu -
**President - Kalkot Mataskelekele, President of Vanuatu (2004–present)
**Prime Minister - Ham Lini, Prime Minister of Vanuatu (2004–2008)
* Wallis and Futuna (French overseas collectivity)
** Administrator-Superior -
**# Christian Job, Administrator-Superior of Wallis and Futuna (2002-2005)
**# Xavier de Furst (2005-present)
** President of the Territorial Assembly -
**# Patalione Kanimoa, President of the Territorial Assembly (2001-2005)
**# Apeleto Likuvalu (2005-2007)

Europe

* Albania
** President - Alfred Moisiu, President of Albania (2002–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Fatos Nano, Prime Minister of Albania (2002–2005)
**# Sali Berisha, Prime Minister of Albania (2005–present)
* Andorra
**Co-Princes
*** French Co-Prince - Jacques Chirac, President of France (1995–2007)
*** Episcopal Co-Prince - Joan Enric Vives Sicília, Bishop of Urgell (2003–present)
** Head of the Government -
**# Marc Forné, Head of the Government of Andorra (1994–2005)
**# Albert Pintat, Head of the Government of Andorra (2005–present)
** General Syndic -
**# Francesc Areny Casal, General Syndic of Andorra (1997–2005)
**# Joan Gabriel Estany, General Syndic of Andorra (2005–present)
* Armenia
** President - Robert Kocharyan, President of Armenia (1998–2008)
** Prime Minister - Andranik Margaryan, Prime Minister of Armenia (2000–2007)
*Austria -
**President - Heinz Fischer, Federal President of Austria (2004–present)
**Chancellor - Wolfgang Schüssel, Chancellor of Austria (2000–2007)
* Azerbaijan
** President - Ilham Aliyev, President of Azerbaijan (2003–present)
** Prime Minister - Artur Rasizade, Prime Minister of Azerbaijan (2003–present)
** Nagorno-Karabakh
*** President - Arkadi Ghukasyan, President of Nagorno-Karabakh (1997–2007)
*** Prime Minister - Anushavan Danielyan, Prime Minister of Nagorno-Karabakh (1999–present)
** Nakhichevan
*** Chairman of the Parliament - Vasif Talybov, Chairman of the Parliament of Nakhichevan (1993–present)
*** Chairman of the Council of Ministers - Alovsat Bakhshiev, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Nakhichevan (2000–present)
* Belarus
** President - Alexander Lukashenko, President of Belarus (1994–present)
** Prime Minister - Sergey Sidorsky, List of Belarusian Prime Ministers (2003–present)
* Belgium
** King - Albert II, King of the Belgians (1993–present)
** Prime Minister - Guy Verhofstadt, Prime Minister of Belgium (1999–2008)
* Bosnia and Herzegovina
** Presidency
*** Borislav Paravac, Serb member (2003–present), Chairman of the Presidency (2004-2005)
*** Sulejman Tihić, Bosniak member (2002–present)
*** Dragan Čović, Croat member (2002–2005)
*** Ivo Miro Jović, Croat member, (2005–present), Chairman of the Presidency (2005-present)
** Prime Minister - Adnan Terzić, Prime Minister of Bosnia-Hercegovina (2003–present)
** High Representative - Paddy Ashdown, United Kingdom (2002–present)
** Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
*** President - Niko Lozancić, President of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (2003–present)
*** Prime Minister - Ahmet Hadžipašić, Prime Minister of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (2003–present)
** Republika Srpska
*** President - Dragan Cavić, President of the Republika Srpska (2002–present)
*** Prime minister -
***# Dragan Mikerević, Prime Minister of the Republika Srpska (2003–2005)
***# Pero Bukejlović, (2005–2006)
***# Milorad Dodik, (2006-present)
** Brčko District
*** Susan R. Johnson (United States), International Supervisor of Brčko District (2004–present)
*** Mirsad Djapo (Bosniak), Mayor of Brčko (2004–present)
* Bulgaria
** President - Georgi Parvanov, President of Bulgaria (2002–present)
** Premier -
**# Simeon Sakskoburggotski, Chairman of the Council of Ministers (2001-2005)
**# Sergey Stanishev, Chairman of the Council of Ministers (2005–present)
* Croatia
** President - Stjepan Mesić, President of Croatia (2000–present)
** Prime Minister - Ivo Sanader, Prime Minister of Croatia (2003–present)
* Cyprus
** President - Tassos Papadopoulos, President of Cyprus (2003–2008)
** Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
*** President -
**# Rauf Denktaş, President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (1976–2005)
**# Mehmet Ali Talat, (2005–present)
*** Prime Minister -
**# Mehmet Ali Talat, Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (2004–2005)
**# Ferdi Sabit Soyer, (2005–present)
*Czech Republic -
**President - Václav Klaus, President of the Czech Republic (2003–present)
**Prime Minister -
**#Stanislav Gross, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic (2004–2005)
**#Jiří Paroubek, Prime Minister of the Czech Republic (2005–2006)
* Denmark
** Monarch - Margrethe II, Queen of Denmark (1972–present)
** Prime Minister - Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Prime Minister of Denmark (2001–present)
** Faroe Islands: Jóannes Eidesgaard, Prime Minister of the Faroe Islands (2004–present)
** Greenland: Hans Enoksen, Prime Minister of Greenland (2002–present)
* Estonia
** President - Arnold Rüütel, President of Estonia (2001–2006)
** Prime Minister -
**# Juhan Parts, Prime Minister of Estonia (2003–2005)
**# Andrus Ansip, (2005–present)
* Finland
** President - Tarja Halonen, President of Finland (2000–present)
** Prime Minister - Matti Vanhanen, Prime Minister of Finland (2003–present)
** Åland - Roger Nordlund, Prime Minister of Åland (1999–present)
* France
** President - Jacques Chirac, President of France (1995–2007)
** Prime Minister -
**# Jean-Pierre Raffarin, Prime Minister of France (2002–2005)
**# Dominique de Villepin, (2005–2007)
* Germany
** President - Horst Köhler, President of Germany (2004–present)
** Chancellor -
**# Gerhard Schröder, Chancellor of Germany (1998–2005)
**# Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany (2005–present)
* Georgia
** President - Mikhail Saakashvili, President of Georgia (2004–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Zurab Zhvania, Prime Minister of Georgia (2004–2005)
**# Zurab Nogaideli, Prime Minister of Georgia (2005–2007)
** Abkhazia
*** President -
***# Vladislav Ardzinba, President of Abkhazia (1994–2005)
***# Sergey Bagapsh, (2005–present)
*** Prime Minister -
***# Nodar Khashba, Prime Minister of Abkhazia (2004–2005)
***# Alexander Ankvab, (2005–present)
** South Ossetia
*** President - Eduard Kokoyty, President of South Ossetia (2001–present)
*** Prime Minister -
***# Igor Sanakoyev, Prime Minister of South Ossetia (2003–2005)
***# Zurab Kokoyev, (2005) (acting)
***# Yury Morozov, (2005–present)
* Greece
** President -
**# Kostis Stephanopoulos, President of Greece (1995–2005)
**# Karolos Papoulias, (2005–present)
** Prime Minister - Kostas Karamanlis, Prime Minister of Greece (2004–present)
** Mount Athos
*** Spriritual Leader - Bartholomew I, Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople (1991–present)
* Guernsey (British Crown dependency)
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Duke of Normandy (1952–present)
** Lieutenant-Governor -
**# Sir John Foley, Lieutenant-Governor of Guernsey (2000–2005)
**# Geoffrey Rowland, acting (2005)
**# Sir Fabian Malbon, (2005–present)
** Bailiff -
**# Sir de Vic Carey, Bailiff of Guernsey (1999–2005)
**# Geoffrey Rowland, Bailiff of Guernsey (2005–present)
** Chief minister - Laurie Morgan, Chief Minister of Guernsey (2004–present)
* Hungary
** President -
**# Ferenc Mádl, President of Hungary (2000-2005)
**# László Sólyom, President of Hungary (2005-present)
** Prime Minister - Ferenc Gyurcsány, Prime Minister of Hungary (2004–present)
* Iceland
** President - Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, President of Iceland (1996–present)
** Prime Minister - Halldór Ásgrímsson, Prime Minister of Iceland (2004–2006)
* Ireland
** President - Mary McAleese, President of Ireland (1997–present)
** Prime Minister - Bertie Ahern, Taoiseach (1997–2008)
* Isle of Man (British Crown dependency)
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Lord of Man (1952–present)
** Lieutenant-Governor -
**#Ian Macfadyen, Lieutenant-Governor of Man (2000-2005)
**# Michael Kerruish, acting (2005)
**# Sir Paul Haddacks, Lieutenant-Governor of Man (2005–present)
** Chief minister - Donald Gelling, Chief Minister of Man (2004–present)
* Italy
** President - Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, President of the Italian Republic (1999–2006)
** Prime Minister - Silvio Berlusconi, Prime Minister of Italy (2001–2006)
* Jersey (British Crown dependency)
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Duke of Normandy (1952–present)
** Lieutenant-Governor - Sir John Cheshire, Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey (2001–present)
** Bailiff - Philip Bailhache, Bailiff of Jersey (1995–present)
* Latvia
** President - Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga, President of Latvia (1999–2007)
** Prime Minister - Aigars Kalvitis, Prime Minister of Latvia (2004–present)
* Liechtenstein
** Prince - Hans Adam II, Sovereign Prince of Liechtenstein (1989–present)
** Head of Government - Otmar Hasler, Head of the Government of Liechtenstein (2001–present)
* Lithuania
** President - Valdas Adamkus, President of Lithuania (2004–present)
** Prime Minister - Algirdas Brazauskas, Prime Minister of Lithuania (2001–2006)
* Luxembourg
** Monarch - Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg (2000–present)
** Prime Minister - Jean-Claude Juncker, Prime Minister of Luxembourg (1995–present)
*Republic of Macedonia -
**President - Branko Crvenkovski, President of the Republic of Macedonia (2004–present)
**Prime Minister - Vlado Bučkovski, Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia (2004–2006)
* Malta
** President - Eddie Fenech Adami, President of Malta (2004–present)
** Prime Minister - Lawrence Gonzi, Prime Minister of Malta (2004–present)
* Moldova
** President - Vladimir Voronin, President of Moldova (2001–present)
** Prime Minister - Vasile Tarlev, Prime Minister of Moldova (2001–present)
** Transnistria - Igor Smirnov, President of Transnistria (1991-present)
** Gagauzia - Gheorghe Tabunscic, President of Gagauzia Autonomous Region (2002-present)
* Monaco
** Prince -
**# Rainier III, Prince of Monaco (1949–2005)
**# Albert II, (2005–present)
** Minister of State -
**# Patrick Leclercq, Minister of State of Monaco (2000–2005)
**# Jean-Paul Proust, (2005–present)
* The Netherlands
** Monarch - Beatrix, Queen of the Netherlands (1980–present)
** Prime Minister - Jan Peter Balkenende, Prime Minister of the Netherlands (2002–present)
* Norway
** Monarch - Harald V, King of Norway (1991–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Kjell Magne Bondevik, Prime Minister of Norway (2001-2005)
**# Jens Stoltenberg (2005–present)
* Poland
** President -
**# Aleksander Kwaśniewski, President of the Republic of Poland (1995-2005)
**# Lech Aleksander Kaczyński, President of the Republic of Poland (2005–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Marek Belka, Prime Minister of Poland (2004-2005)
**# Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, Prime Minister of Poland (2005–2006)
* Portugal
** President - Jorge Sampaio, President of Portugal (1996–2006)
** Prime Minister -
**# Pedro Santana Lopes, Prime Minister of Portugal (2004–2005)
**# José Sócrates, (2005–present)
* Romania
** President - Traian Băsescu, President of Romania (2004–present)
** Prime Minister - Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu, Prime Minister of Romania (2004–present)
* Russia
** President - Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (1999–2008)
** Prime Minister - Mikhail Fradkov, Prime Minister of Russia (2004–2007)
** Chechnya
*** President -
***#Aslan Maskhadov, President of Chechnya (1997-2005)
***#Abdul-Khalim Sadulayev, President of Chechnya, acting (2005–2006)
*** Prime Minister - Abdul-Khalim Sadulayev, Prime Minister of Chechnya (2005–2006)
*** Moscow-Installed President - Alu Alkhanov, President of Chechnya (2004–present)
*** Moscow-Installed Prime Minister - Sergey Abramov, Prime Minister of Chechnya (2004–2006)
* San Marino
**Captains Regent -
**#Giuseppe Arzilli and Roberto Raschi (October 2004 – March 2005)
**#Fausta Morganti and Cesare Gasperoni (April - September 2005)
**#Claudio Muccioli and Antonello Bacciocchi (October 2005 – March 2006)
* Serbia and Montenegro
** President - Svetozar Marović, President of Serbia and Montenegro (2003–2006)
*** Serbia
****President - Boris Tadić President of Serbia (2004–present)
****Prime Minister - Vojislav Koštunica, Prime Minister of Serbia (2004–present)
**** Kosovo (international administration)
*****President -
*****# Ibrahim Rugova, President of Kosovo (2002–2006)
*****Prime Minister -
*****# Ramush Haradinaj, Prime Minister of Kosovo (2004–2005)
*****# Adem Salihaj (acting), 2005–2005)
*****# Bajram Kosumi, (2005–2006)
*****UN Administrator - Søren Jessen-Petersen, Denmark, UN Administrator to Kosovo (2004–present)
*** Montenegro
****President - Filip Vujanović, President of Montenegro (2002–present)
****Prime Minister - Milo Đukanović, Prime Minister of Montenegro (2003–present)
* Slovakia
** President - Ivan Gašparovič, President of Slovakia (2004–present)
** Prime Minister - Mikuláš Dzurinda, Prime Minister of Slovakia (1998–2006)
* Slovenia
** President - Janez Drnovšek, President of Slovenia (2002–2007)
** Prime Minister - Janez Janša, Prime Minister of Slovenia (2004–present)
* Spain
** Monarch - Juan Carlos, King of Spain (1975–present)
** Prime Minister - José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, President of the Government of Spain (2004–present)
** Basque Country - Juan José Ibarretxe Markuartu, Basque President (1999–present)
** Catalonia - Pasqual Maragall i Mira, President of Catalonia (2003–present)
* Sweden
** Monarch - Carl XVI Gustaf, King of Sweden (1973–present)
** Prime Minister - Göran Persson, Prime Minister of Sweden (1996–2006)
* Switzerland
** Swiss Federal Council - Moritz Leuenberger, Vice President of the Confederation for the year 2005, (1995–present), Pascal Couchepin (1998–present), Joseph Deiss (1999–present), Samuel Schmid, President of the Confederation for the year 2005, (2000–present), Micheline Calmy-Rey (2002–present), Christoph Blocher (2003–2007), Hans-Rudolf Merz (2003–present)
** See also: List of 2005 office-holders in Switzerland
* Turkey
** President - Ahmet Necdet Sezer, President of Turkey (2000–2007)
** Prime Minister - Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Prime Minister of Turkey (2003–present)
* Ukraine
** President -
**# Leonid Kuchma, President of Ukraine (1994–2005)
**# Victor Yushchenko, President of Ukraine (2005–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Viktor Yanukovych, Prime Minister of Ukraine (2002–2005)
**# Mykola Azarov, acting Prime Minister of Ukraine (2005)
**# Yulia Tymoshenko, Prime Minister of Ukraine (2005)
**# Yurii Yekhanurov, Prime Minister of Ukraine (2005–2006)
** Crimea
*** Chairman of the Parliament - Boris Deich, Chairman of the Parliament of the Crimean Republic (2002–present)
*** Prime Minister -
***# Serhii Kunitsyn, Prime Minister of Crimea (2002–2005)
***# Anatolii Matvienko, Prime Minister of Crimea (2005)
***# Anatolii Burdyugov, Prime Minister of Crimea (2005–2006)
* United Kingdom
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1952–present)
** Prime Minister - Tony Blair, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1997–2007)
*** Northern Ireland - David Trimble, First Minister of Northern Ireland (2001–present) ("suspended")
*** Scotland - Jack McConnell, First Minister of Scotland (2001–present)
*** Wales - Rhodri Morgan, First Minister of Wales (2000–present)
*** Gibraltar (British overseas territory) -
**** Governor - Sir Francis Richards, Governor of Gibraltar (2003–present)
**** Chief Minister - Peter Caruana, Chief Minister of Gibraltar (1996–present)
*Vatican City
** Pope -
**# John Paul II, Bishop of Rome (1978–2005)
**# Benedict XVI, Bishop of Rome (2005–present)
** Acting Head of State - Eduardo Martinez Somalo, Chamberlain (2005)
** Secretary of State - Angelo Cardinal Sodano, Cardinal Secretary of State (1990–present)

Middle East

* Bahrain
** King - Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Bahrain (1999–present)
** Prime minister - Khalifa bin Salman Ali Khalifa, Prime Minister of Bahrain (1971–present)
* Egypt
** President - Hosni Mubarak, President of Egypt (1981–present)
** Prime Minister - Ahmed Nazif, Prime Minister of Egypt (2004-present)
* Iran
** Supreme Leader - Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran (1989–present)
** President -
**# Mohammad Khatami, President of Iran (1997-2005)
**# Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of Iran (2005–present)
* Iraq
**President -
**# Ghazi Mashal Ajil al-Yawer, President of Iraq (2004–2005)
**# Jalal Talabani, (2005–present)
**Prime Minister -
**#Iyad Allawi, Prime Minister of Iraq (2004–2005)
**#Ibrahim al-Jaafari, (2005–2006)
** Kurdistan Autonomous Region - President - Massoud Barzani, (2005–present)
* Israel
** President - Moshe Katsav, President of Israel (2000–2007)
** Prime Minister - Ariel Sharon, Prime Minister of Israel (2001–2006)
* Jordan
** Monarch - King Abdullah II, King of Jordan (1999–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Faisal al-Fayez, Prime Minister of Jordan (2003–2005)
**# Adnan Badran (2005)
**# Marouf al-Bakhit (2005–present)
* Kuwait
** Monarch - Jabir al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah, Emir of Kuwait (1977–2006)
** Prime Minister - Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah, Prime Minister of Kuwait (2003–2006)
* Lebanon
** President - Émile Lahoud, President of Lebanon (1998–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Omar Karami, Prime Minister of Lebanon (2004–2005)
**# Najib Mikati, (2005)
**# Fouad Siniora, (2005–present)
* Oman
** Sultan - Qaboos Bin Said, Sultan of Oman (1970–present)
** Prime Minister - Qaboos Bin Said, Prime Minister of Oman (1972–present)
* Palestine (Palestinian Authority) -
** President -
**# Rauhi Fattouh, acting President of the Palestinian Authority (2004–2005)
**# Mahmoud Abbas, (2005–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Ahmed Qureia, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority (2003-2005)
**# Nabil Shaath, acting Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority (2005)
**# Ahmed Qureia, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority (2005–2006)
**# Ismail Haniya, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority (2006-present)
* Qatar
** Monarch - Hamad ibn Khalifa Al Thani, Emir of Qatar (1995–present)
** Prime Minister - Abdullah ibn Khalifa Al Thani, Prime Minister of Qatar (1996–2007)
* Saudi Arabia
** King -
**#Fahd, King of Saudi Arabia (1982–2005)
**#Abdullah (2005–present)
** Prime Minister -
**#Fahd, Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia (1982–2005)
**#Abdullah (2005–present)
* Syria
** President - Bashar al-Assad, President of Syria (2000–present)
** Prime Minister - Muhammad al-Otari, Prime Minister of Syria (2003–present)
* United Arab Emirates
** President - Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates (2004–present)
** Prime Minister - Maktoum bin Rashid al-Maktoum, Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (1990–2006)
** Emirates Rulers - Abu Dhabi - Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan (2004-present), Ajman - Humayd ibn Rashid Al Nuaimi (1981-present), Dubai - Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum (1990–2006), Fujairah - Hamad ibn Muhammad ash-Sharqi (1974-present), Ras al-Khaimah - Saqr ibn Muhammad al-Qasimi (1948-present), Sharjah - Sultan ibn Muhammad al-Qasimi (1987-present), Umm al-Qaiwain - Rashid ibn Ahmad Al Mu`alla (1981-present)
* Yemen
** President - Ali Abdullah Saleh, President of Yemen (1990–present)
** Prime Minister - Abdul Qadir Bajamal, Prime Minister of Yemen (2001–2007)

North America and the Caribbean

*Antigua and Barbuda -
**Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Antigua and Barbuda (1981–present)
**Governor-General - James Carlisle, Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda (1993–2007)
**Prime Minister - Baldwin Spencer, Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda (2004–present)
* Aruba (Netherlands)
** Monarch - Beatrix, Queen of Aruba (1980–present)
** Governor - Fredis Refunjol, Governor of Aruba (2004–present)
** Prime Minister - Nelson O. Oduber, Prime Minister of Aruba (2001–present)
*Bahamas -
**Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of the Bahamas (1973–present)
**Governor-General -
**#Ivy Dumont, Governor-General of the Bahamas (2001–2005)
**#Paul Adderley, Acting Governor-General of the Bahamas (2005–2006)
**Prime Minister - Perry Christie, Prime Minister of the Bahamas (2002–2007)
*Barbados -
**Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Barbados (1966–present)
**Governor-General - Clifford Husbands, Governor-General of Barbados (1996–present)
**Prime Minister - Owen Arthur, Prime Minister of Barbados (1994–2008)
*Belize -
**Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Belize (1981–present)
**Governor-General - Colville Young, Governor-General of Belize (1993–present)
**Prime Minister - Said Musa, Prime Minister of Belize (1998–2008)
* Canada
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada (1952–present)
** Governor General -
**# Adrienne Clarkson, Governor General of Canada (1999–2005)
**# Michaëlle Jean, Governor General of Canada (2005–present)
** Prime Minister -
**# Paul Martin, Prime Minister of Canada (2003–2006)
**See also: 2005 Canadian incumbents
*Costa Rica - Abel Pacheco, President of Costa Rica (2002–2006)
* Cuba
** President - Fidel Castro, President of the Council of State of Cuba (1976–2008)
** Prime Minister - Fidel Castro, President of the Council of Ministers of Cuba (1959–2008)
*Dominica -
**President - Nicholas Liverpool, President of Dominica (2003–present)
**Prime Minister - Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister of Dominica (2004–present)
*Dominican Republic - Leonel Fernández, President of the Dominican Republic (2004–present)
* El Salvador
** President - Antonio Saca, President of El Salvador (2004–present)
* Grenada
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Grenada (1974–present)
** Governor-General - Sir Daniel Williams, Governor-General of Grenada (1996–present)
** Prime Minister - Keith Mitchell, Prime Minister of Grenada (1995–present)
* Guatemala
** President - Óscar Berger, President of Guatemala (2004–2008)
* Haiti
** President - Boniface Alexandre, interim President of Haiti (2004–2006)
** Prime Minister - Gérard Latortue, interim Prime Minister of Haiti (2004–2006)
* Honduras
**President - Ricardo Maduro, President of Honduras (2002–2006)
* Jamaica
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Jamaica (1962–present)
** Governor-General - Sir Howard Cooke, Governor-General of Jamaica (1991–2006)
** Prime Minister - P. J. Patterson, Prime Minister of Jamaica (1992–2006)
* Mexico -
**President - Vicente Fox, President of Mexico (2000–2006)
* Netherlands Antilles (Netherlands)
** Monarch - Beatrix of the Netherlands, (1980–present)
** Governor - Frits Goedgedrag, Governor of the Netherlands Antilles (2002–present)
** Prime Minister - Etienne Ys, Prime Minister of the Netherlands Antilles (2004–2006)
* Nicaragua
**President - Enrique Bolaños, President of Nicaragua (2002–2007)
* Panama
**President - Martín Torrijos, President of Panama (2004–present)
* Saint Kitts and Nevis
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Saint Kitts and Nevis (1983–present)
** Governor-General - Sir Cuthbert Sebastian, Governor-General of Saint Kitts and Nevis (1996–present)
** Prime Minister - Denzil Douglas, Prime Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis (1995–present)
** Nevis
*** Deputy Governor-General - Eustace John, Deputy Governor-General of Saint Kitts and Nevis (1992–present)
*** Premier - Vance Amory, Premier of Nevis (1992–2006)
* Saint Lucia
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Saint Lucia (1979–present)
** Governor-General - Dame Pearlette Louisy, Governor-General of Saint Lucia (1997–present)
** Prime Minister - Kenny Anthony, Prime Minister of Saint Lucia (1997–2006)
* Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
** Monarch - Elizabeth II, Queen of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (1979–present)
** Governor-General - Sir Frederick Ballantyne, Governor-General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (2002–present)
** Prime Minister - Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (2001–present)
* Trinidad and Tobago
** President - George Maxwell Richards, President of Trinidad and Tobago (2003–present)
** Prime Minister - Patrick Manning, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago (2001–present)
** Tobago - Orville London, Chief Secretaries of the House of Assembly of Tobago (2001–present)
* United States
**President - George W. Bush, President of the United States (2001–present)

outh America

* Argentina -
**President - Néstor Kirchner, President of Argentina (2003–2007)
* Bolivia -
**President -
**# Carlos Mesa, President of Bolivia (2003–2005)
**# Eduardo Rodriguez, President of Bolivia (2005–2006)
* Brazil -
**President - Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil (2003–present)
* Chile -
**President - Ricardo Lagos, President of Chile (2000–2006)
* Colombia -
**President - Álvaro Uribe, President of Colombia (2002–present)
* Ecuador -
**President -
**# Lucio Gutiérrez, President of Ecuador (2003–2005)
**# Alfredo Palacio, President of Ecuador (2005–2007)
* Guyana
** President - Bharrat Jagdeo, President of Guyana (1999–present)
** Prime Minister - Sam Hinds, Prime Minister of Guyana (1999–present)
* Paraguay -
**President - Nicanor Duarte Frutos, President of Paraguay (2003–2008)
* Peru
** President - Alejandro Toledo, President of Peru (2001–2006)
** Prime Minister -
**# Carlos Ferrero, Prime Minister of Peru (2003–2005)
**# Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, Prime Minister of Peru (2005–2006)
* Suriname -
**President - Ronald Venetiaan, President of Suriname (2000–present)
*Uruguay -
*#Jorge Batlle Ibáñez, President of Uruguay (2000–2005)
*#Tabaré Vázquez, President of Uruguay (2005–present)
* Venezuela -
**President - Hugo Chávez, President of Venezuela (2002–present)


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