Doubly Landlocked Countries

Can you name the two countries that only border other landlocked countries?
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Last updated: April 7, 2017
First submittedDecember 30, 2013
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Level 20
Mar 16, 2014
Uzbekistan touches Caspian sea. That's why it is not a doubly landlocked country.
Level 66
Mar 24, 2014
Caspian Sea is formally a lake
Level 69
Jul 12, 2017
No, it's a lake.
Level 39
Jul 4, 2017
but Uzbekistan doesn't even touch the Caspian sea lmao.
Level 69
Aug 26, 2017
It's like this person didn't know what they were talking about... Could that possibly be the case?
Level 59
Jun 6, 2014
The Caspian Sea was called a sea in ancient times, because it was salty and large. It is considered a lake nowadays, the majority of people and scientists do. It's only the name that hasn't been changed. To sum it up: The Caspian Sea is a lake.
Level 68
Jul 12, 2014
Actually Uzbekistan borders the Aral Sea, not the Caspian Sea.
Level 58
Mar 4, 2016
OMG, I just realized you're right! These comments aren't even relevant!
Level 52
May 12, 2016
The Aral Sea isn't much of anything nowadays, although even so I think it's also an inland sea with no outflow to the ocean.
Level 37
Jul 21, 2016
Uzbekistan doesn't touch the Caspian Sea, but if it was considered a sea Uzbekistan wouldn't be here because 2 of its borders touch the Caspian Sea.
Level 59
Jul 28, 2017
My first quiz to reach 1000 takers is my first quiz of all, took the least time to make and has only two answers. Go figure!