Q: This week’s challenge is a spinoff of the on-air puzzle. Name two countries that have “consonyms” that are nationalities of other countries. In each case, the consonants in the name of the country are the same consonants in the same order as those in the nationality of another country. No extra consonants can appear in either name. The letter Y isn’t used.
Add up the years that each of the four countries became members of the U.N., divide by 5 and you get a prime number.