In accordance with a rule adopted in October 2019 by the General Assembly, the United Nations has suspended the voting rights of seven of its members and is contemplating sanctions against three others:

- Comoros (at the end of the UNGA 74th session)
- Gambia (presently)
- Lesotho (presently)
- Lebanon (presently)
- Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (presently)
- Central African Republic (presently)
- Sao Tome and Principe (at the end of the UNGA 74th session)
- Somalia (at the end of the UNGA 74th session)
- Tonga (presently)
- Yemen (presently)

None of these states are up to date with their financial contributions.

However, it is materially impossible for many of them to settle their dues as a result of the unilateral banking sanctions imposed by the US.