The Only Two Countries in the World

Guess these countries according to given hint grouped together with two in each group.
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Last updated: April 14, 2019
First submittedMay 4, 2018
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Are doubly landlocked (surrounded entirely by landlocked countries)
Liechtenstein
Uzbekistan
Are entirely sandwiched between China and India
Bhutan
Nepal
Are in South America but don't border Brazil (other than Brazil)
Chile
Ecuador
Begin with 'A' but don't end with 'A'
Afghanistan
Azerbaijan
Begin with 'Z'
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Border the United States of America
Canada
Mexico
Contain the word 'New'
New Zealand
Papua New Guinea
Countries with 'North' in their name
North Korea
North Macedonia
End in 'guay'
Paraguay
Uruguay
Have a map of their country's outline on their flag
Cyprus
Kosovo
Have a population of over a billion
China
India
Have at least 100 million English speakers
India
United States
Have square flags
Switzerland
Vatican City
Have the English word 'Saint' in their capital city's name
Antigua and Barbuda
Grenada
Have the letter combination 'olo' in their names
Colombia
Solomon Islands
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Level 43
Apr 12, 2020
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Level 55
May 4, 2018
aww. should accept usa
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Level 56
May 5, 2018
usa should be accepted
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Level 39
May 5, 2018
Why don't you use type-ins for your quizzes?! It's so annoying! Also, the US borders Cuba
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Level 46
Jan 28, 2021
Only by sea.
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Level 71
Jun 27, 2018
Nice
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Level 43
Jan 25, 2019
Thanks!! :)
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Level 43
Apr 14, 2019
Updated!
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Level 36
Apr 11, 2020
noice. better than i could make!
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Level 36
Apr 11, 2020
@serpentiner, the usa does border cuba, but its not counted on jetpunk. the us and cuba have the same kind of border as the uk and cyprus, and they are not counted. so why should it count when uk and cyprus don't?