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Countries Closest to Each US Territory

Which countries are closest to each of the US's five inhabited territories (Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands and American Samoa)?
Excludes uninhabited offshore islands
The disputed territory of Wake Island, claimed by both the US and Marshall Islands, is omitted
Countries in red do not appear in the Countries of the World quiz, but appear in the the Countries 197 to 205 quiz
Last updated: May 03, 2018
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km
Puerto Rico
miles
61
Dominican Republic
38
223
France, at St Martin
138
223
Netherlands, at Saba
139
224
Sint Maarten
139
272
St Kitts and Nevis
139
361
Antigua and Barbuda
224
399
Haiti
248
 
 
 
km
US Virgin Islands
miles
140
Netherlands, at Saba
87
154
France, at St Martin
95
155
Sint Maarten
96
185
St Kitts and Nevis
115
292
Antigua and Barbuda
181
347
Dominican Republic
215
407
Dominica
253
 
 
 
km
American Samoa
miles
67
Samoa
42
519
Niue
323
525
Cook Islands
326
577
Tonga
358
923
Fiji
574
1263
Tuvalu
785
1854
France, at French Polynesia
1152
km
Guam
miles
519
Micronesia
322
1231
Palau
765
1800
Indonesia
1118
1811
Papua New Guinea
1125
2052
Philippines
1275
2257
Japan
1403
2314
Marshall Islands
1438
 
 
 
km
Northern Mariana Islands
miles
618
Micronesia
384
1319
Palau
820
1907
Indonesia
1185
1916
Papua New Guinea
1190
2119
Philippines
1317
2221
Japan
1380
2252
Marshall Islands
1400
+1
level 64
May 3, 2018
If you are including France and Netherlands, should you not also include UK for the UK Virgin Islands?
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level 71
May 3, 2018
Saba, St Martin and French Polynesia are parts of Netherlands proper and France proper respectively - ie they are not territories of either. However British territories do not form a part of United Kingdom - they are true territories, separate from it, although being ruled by it.