ISO 3166-2:MK

ISO 3166-2:MK is the entry for Macedonia in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which defines codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

Currently for Macedonia, ISO 3166-2 codes are defined for 71 municipalities.

Each code consists of two parts, separated by a hyphen. The first part is MK, the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of Macedonia. The second part is two digits (0185). The codes are assigned in original Cyrillic Macedonian alphabetical order.

Current codes

Subdivision names are listed as in the ISO 3166-2 standard published by the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency (ISO 3166/MA).

Subdivision names are sorted in Macedonian alphabetical order after romanization (different from the original Cyrillic order used to assign codes): a-c, č, d-s, š, t-z, ž.

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Code Subdivision name
MK-02 Aračinovo
MK-03 Berovo
MK-04 Bitola
MK-05 Bogdanci
MK-06 Bogovinje
MK-07 Bosilovo
MK-08 Brvenica
MK-78 Centar Župa
MK-80 Čaška
MK-81 Češinovo-Obleševo
MK-82 Čučer Sandevo
MK-21 Debar
MK-22 Debarca
MK-23 Delčevo
MK-25 Demir Hisar
MK-24 Demir Kapija
MK-26 Dojran
MK-27 Dolneni
MK-18 Gevgelija
MK-19 Gostivar
MK-20 Gradsko
MK-34 Ilinden
MK-35 Jegunovce
MK-37 Karbinci
MK-36 Kavadarci
MK-40 Kičevo
MK-42 Kočani
MK-41 Konče
MK-43 Kratovo
MK-44 Kriva Palanka
MK-45 Krivogaštani
MK-46 Kruševo
MK-47 Kumanovo
MK-48 Lipkovo
MK-49 Lozovo
MK-51 Makedonska Kamenica
MK-52 Makedonski Brod
MK-50 Mavrovo i Rostuša
MK-53 Mogila
MK-54 Negotino
MK-55 Novaci
MK-56 Novo Selo
MK-58 Ohrid
MK-60 Pehčevo
MK-59 Petrovec
MK-61 Plasnica
MK-62 Prilep
MK-63 Probištip
MK-64 Radoviš
MK-65 Rankovce
MK-66 Resen
MK-67 Rosoman
MK-85 Skopje
MK-70 Sopište
MK-71 Staro Nagoričane
MK-72 Struga
MK-73 Strumica
MK-74 Studeničani
MK-69 Sveti Nikole
MK-83 Štip
MK-75 Tearce
MK-76 Tetovo
MK-10 Valandovo
MK-11 Vasilevo
MK-13 Veles
MK-12 Vevčani
MK-14 Vinica
MK-16 Vrapčište
MK-32 Zelenikovo
MK-33 Zrnovci
MK-30 Želino


The following changes to the entry have been announced in newsletters by the ISO 3166/MA since the first publication of ISO 3166-2 in 1998. ISO stopped issuing newsletters in 2013.

Newsletter Date issued Description of change in newsletter Code/Subdivision change
Newsletter I-8 2007-04-17 Addition of the administrative subdivisions and of their code elements Subdivisions added:
84 municipalities
Newsletter I-9 2007-11-28 Addition of numeric code elements Codes:
format changed (see below)
Newsletter II-3 2011-12-13
Alphabetical re-ordering.

The following changes to the entry are listed on ISO's online catalogue, the Online Browsing Platform:

Effective date of change Short description of change (en)
2015-11-27 Deletion of municipalities MK-01, MK-09, MK-15, MK-17, MK-28, MK-29, MK-31, MK-38, MK-39, MK-57, MK-68, MK-77, MK-79, MK-84; deletion of remark; change romanization system; addition of municipality MK-85; update List Source
2011-12-13 Alphabetical re-ordering.

Codes changed in Newsletter I-9

Before After Subdivision name
MK-AD MK-01 Aerodrom
MK-AR MK-02 Aračinovo
MK-BR MK-03 Berovo
MK-TL MK-04 Bitola
MK-BG MK-05 Bogdanci
MK-VJ MK-06 Bogovinje
MK-BS MK-07 Bosilovo
MK-BN MK-08 Brvenica
MK-BU MK-09 Butel
MK-CE MK-77 Centar
MK-CZ MK-78 Centar Župa
MK-CI MK-79 Čair
MK-CA MK-80 Čaška
MK-CH MK-81 Češinovo-Obleševo
MK-CS MK-82 Čučer Sandevo
MK-DB MK-21 Debar
MK-DA MK-22 Debarca
MK-DL MK-23 Delčevo
MK-DM MK-25 Demir Hisar
MK-DK MK-24 Demir Kapija
MK-SD MK-26 Dojran
MK-DE MK-27 Dolneni
MK-DR MK-28 Drugovo
MK-GB MK-17 Gazi Baba
MK-GV MK-18 Gevgelija
MK-GP MK-29 Gjorče Petrov
MK-GT MK-19 Gostivar
MK-GR MK-20 Gradsko
MK-IL MK-34 Ilinden
MK-JG MK-35 Jegunovce
MK-KB MK-37 Karbinci
MK-KX MK-38 Karpoš
MK-AV MK-36 Kavadarci
MK-KH MK-40 Kičevo
MK-VD MK-39 Kisela Voda
MK-OC MK-42 Kočani
MK-KN MK-41 Konče
MK-KY MK-43 Kratovo
MK-KZ MK-44 Kriva Palanka
MK-KG MK-45 Krivogaštani
MK-KS MK-46 Kruševo
MK-UM MK-47 Kumanovo
MK-LI MK-48 Lipkovo
MK-LO MK-49 Lozovo
MK-MK MK-51 Makedonska Kamenica
MK-MD MK-52 Makedonski Brod
MK-MR MK-50 Mavrovo i Rostuša
MK-MG MK-53 Mogila
MK-NG MK-54 Negotino
MK-NV MK-55 Novaci
MK-NS MK-56 Novo Selo
MK-OD MK-58 Ohrid
MK-OS MK-57 Oslomej
MK-PH MK-60 Pehčevo
MK-PE MK-59 Petrovec
MK-PN MK-61 Plasnica
MK-PP MK-62 Prilep
MK-PT MK-63 Probištip
MK-RV MK-64 Radoviš
MK-RN MK-65 Rankovce
MK-RE MK-66 Resen
MK-RM MK-67 Rosoman
MK-AJ MK-68 Saraj
MK-SS MK-70 Sopište
MK-NA MK-71 Staro Nagoričane
MK-UG MK-72 Struga
MK-RU MK-73 Strumica
MK-SU MK-74 Studeničani
MK-SL MK-69 Sveti Nikole
MK-ST MK-83 Štip
MK-SO MK-84 Šuto Orizari
MK-TR MK-75 Tearce
MK-ET MK-76 Tetovo
MK-VA MK-10 Valandovo
MK-VL MK-11 Vasilevo
MK-VE MK-13 Veles
MK-VV MK-12 Vevčani
MK-NI MK-14 Vinica
MK-VC MK-15 Vraneštica
MK-VH MK-16 Vrapčište
MK-ZA MK-31 Zajas
MK-ZK MK-32 Zelenikovo
MK-ZR MK-33 Zrnovci
MK-ZE MK-30 Želino

Codes deleted on 27 November 2015

Code Subdivision name In Greater Skopje
MK-01 Aerodrom
MK-09 Butel
MK-77 Centar
MK-79 Čair
MK-28 Drugovo
MK-17 Gazi Baba
MK-29 Gjorče Petrov
MK-38 Karpoš
MK-39 Kisela Voda
MK-57 Oslomej
MK-68 Saraj
MK-84 Šuto Orizari
MK-15 Vraneštica
MK-31 Zajas

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