Free MENA Region Map with 20 Countries


The MENA Region Map Template in PowerPoint format includes four slides, that is, the Map of MENA outline and MENA map with countries. Firstly, our MENA map template has the outline. Secondly, there are 20 countries in our MENA political map template of divisions, labeling the major countries are Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, and Libya. The MENA Map is our hand-draw map with more edges than other ordinary maps, giving more vivid map presentation for your target MENA area countries.

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, though not uniformly defined, encompasses a significant part of Western Asia and North Africa, including, but not limited to, countries such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, Libya, and Turkey. This diverse region is rich in cultural heritage, economic resources, and geopolitical significance.

Slide 1, MENA Region map labeled with major countries

The MENA Region map is the country political division of 20 countries including in this region, namely, Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. What is more, every individual political subdivision is an editable shape.

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia stands as the largest economy within the MENA region, boasting a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $833 billion in 2021. Dominated by petroleum and natural gas industries, which provide about 90% of the country’s export earnings, Saudi Arabia holds the world’s second-largest proven oil reserves. Despite its heavy reliance on oil, the kingdom is making strides to diversify its economy, with significant investments in technology and tourism sectors. This diversification is part of a broader vision to reduce its dependency on oil exports and stimulate economic growth in other areas.

MENA Region Map


Iran, with its economy ranked as the fifth-largest in the MENA region, is another country heavily reliant on petroleum exports. Despite possessing a more diversified economy compared to other oil exporters in the Middle East, Iran faces considerable challenges due to international economic sanctions. These sanctions, imposed due to concerns over its nuclear program and other issues, have significantly weakened Iran’s currency and restricted its international trade, hampering economic prosperity.


Egypt represents the largest economy in North Africa with a GDP of $365 billion in 2020. Its strategic location, serving as a bridge between Africa and the Middle East, contributes significantly to its economic and geopolitical importance. Egypt’s economy is diverse, with sectors including agriculture, manufacturing, and services, in addition to a growing emphasis on tourism, which benefits from its rich historical and cultural heritage.


Libya, another significant country within the MENA region, has an economy primarily driven by oil production, which accounts for the majority of its revenue and export earnings. However, political instability and conflicts have severely impacted its economic stability and growth. The country possesses the largest oil reserves in Africa, highlighting its potential for economic recovery and prosperity if it can achieve and maintain political stability.

Slide 2, Framed MENA Region map

This MENA Region countries of map with surrounding continents and seas around it. Therefore users can edit the outline map to create their unique MENA Region maps and apply in different reports.

MENA Region

Slide 3, MENA map in broad definition labeled with major countries

Greater MENA Region with countries, including TurkeyMauritania, SomaliaEritrea and Djibouti.


Turkey serves as a unique bridge between the MENA region and Europe, straddling both Western Asia and Southeast Europe. Its economy, one of the largest and most complex in the region, is characterized by a mix of modern industry and commerce along with a traditional agriculture sector. Turkey’s strategic position has made it a central hub for trade and cultural exchange between the MENA region and the broader world. Despite facing economic challenges, including inflation and dependency on foreign investment, Turkey continues to play a crucial role in regional geopolitics and economics.

Map of MENA

Slide 4, Framed MENA map in broad definition

MENA Region is bordering from the north with the Mediterranean Sea, from the East with the Indian Ocean and from the West with the Atlantic Ocean.

MENA Region

The MENA region, with its vast oil and natural gas reserves, remains an essential source of global economic resources. Countries within this region, such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, Libya, and Turkey, each contribute uniquely to its diversity, challenges, and opportunities. Despite the risk of regional conflict, these nations stand as key players in the global arena, offering growth opportunities for investors and playing pivotal roles in international energy markets.

In a word, you can change the texts, colors, sizes, highlight some map shapes, and add your charts. At the same time you can also refer to the fully labeled MENA Region map in Wikipedia.

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