Oldest Foreign Relations of the United States

Which modern day countries have the oldest formal relations with the United States of America?
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Formal Relations Began
Country
1776
Morocco
1778
France
1781
Netherlands
1783
Spain
United Kingdom
1791
Portugal
1795
Tunisia
1797
Germany
1801
Denmark
1809
Russia
1818
Sweden
1822
Colombia
Formal Relations Began
Country
1822
Mexico
1823
Argentina
1824
Brazil
Chile
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
Nicaragua
1826
Peru
1831
Turkey
1832
Belgium
Ecuador
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Level 58
Jul 4, 2018
If Morocco and Tunisia, which subsequently fell under colonialism, are considered, shouldn't Poland also be considered?
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Level 79
Apr 5, 2019
I remember learning about Morocco being the first state in the world to officially recognize the USA when I visited the Morocco part of Epcot Center.
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Level 52
Aug 24, 2019
They also went to war with us, look up the Barbary wars.
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Level 78
Jun 29, 2019
Does Germany refer to the Kingdom of Prussia or the Holy Roman Empire or what?
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Level 35
Jul 12, 2019
It doesn't seem like it was Prussia and it wasn't the HRE. Who knows?