Lately I’ve been writing about all those new non-Latin generic TLDs.
But countries are still in the process of acquiring the local-script equivalents of their country codes.
Last week, Macedonia (.mk) recently received approval for its country code IDN: мкд.
Here it is on my freshly updated IDN map:
And a larger view of all the countries with IDNs.
According to ICANN:
With this announcement, a total of 32 countries/territories requests have successfully passed through the String Evaluation. Of these, 26 countries/territories (represented by 36 IDN ccTLDs) are delegated in the DNS root zone; with the remainder either readying to apply, or actively applying for, delegation of the string.