A total of 25 countries have been given a yellow card (up to August 2018). Eleven of them had their pre-identification lifted after periods varying between 10 and 43 months. For six of the pre-identified countries, the procedure continued with a red card and listing, of which three countries were delisted after 13, 20 and 35 months respectively. Currently eight countries have a yellow card, and three countries have a red card.
The countries involved in the procedures are located in southern and eastern Asia (seven of them), western-central Pacific (six), the Caribbean (six), West Africa (five) and the western Indian Ocean (one).