Indonesian (this is spelt Indonsesian in the document!) - I'm pretty sure the Polisi only have two, P-2101 and P-2102. P-1010 and P-1011, if correct, will be the original serials.
Nigeria has five DA.40Ds, with serials NAF211 to NAF215 inclusive (all seen on photos). Two are ex NAF036 and NAF037. They are c/ns D4.226, D4.234, D4.238, D4.242 and D4.245, but I don't know which is which.
Venezuela - 61443 is c/n 40N.240
Bolivia - FAB527 was WO on 4Oct18
Jamaica - in addition to the two listed, they also operate JDF-A10, JDF-A11, JDF-A12
Austria - typo in the delivery date of 3H-DC/DD, which was 19Sep18
Ukraine - five with Border Guards: 31 blue D4.069 ex UR-KAC 32 blue D4.120 ex UR-KAD 33 blue D4.128 ex UR-KAF 34 blue D4.129 ex UR-KAG 35 blue D4.142 ex UR-KAH
First of all I am going to state that aircraft post 2003 have, should we say, minor interest to me, but since lists are always lists (still fascinate me), I am a bit confused with regard to your list.
To me it seems you have not incorporated any of the data Andy Marden has supplied. None of the Border Guards codes are listed in your new list. The Nigerian aircraft are still listed as 5N only (I suggest you list them in serial number order with a note unconfirmed)
Without checking any others, I can only presume you either have forgotten or think that Andy's details are incorrect. Since I myself basically always find Andy's inputs very exact and correct, I can only assume this is an oversite from your end?
My apologies It seems my computer did not accept the new list supplied by Graham. Very odd indeed. So when looking at it I was in fact checking his old list. Sigh.... Sorry about that However I still think my suggestion with regard to the Nigerian deliveries is a good one.
Bolivia Would welcome some definite proof that FAB-525 is 40.926 (as its cockpit call plate N588DS suggests), because the insurance documents give 40.786 for both FAB-525 and 526. Whereas 70.926 is listed with FAB-528.