Only 9 out of 193 nations have a Twitter account

According to a recent survey carried out by Burson-Marsteller and not titled to Twiplomacy case, currently only 9 countries that are part of the 193 UN would possess an own official account on the microblogging platform Twitter.
Specifically, countries as required in question are: Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, United Kingdom, Israel, Lithuania, Maldives, South Africa, Spain, Sweden;  those accounts would point to institutional realities or tourism agencies anyway reconnected government activities.
In all other cases,  accounts would do head to home users; just to give an example, @ Italy would have been recorded by the British newspaper The Telegraph that uses it to treat a column entitled "Made in Italy" dedicated to updates on our country.
Currently, @ israel, that is the official account of the state of the Middle East, would be the most popular in absolute among those surveyed in the course of the detection, it would count indeed well 66 000 followers; @Great Britain, which refers to a nation  more populated ,  would have a little more than 4000.


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