According to the Greek language, these are the genders of countries
In the English language, objects and concepts are not assigned a gender. This means that there is no difference in the words used to describe masculine or feminine items. However, this is not the case in Greek, where different articles are used depending on whether a country is considered masculine, feminine, or neutral.
If your language doesn’t differentiate between genders, you might find it strange that countries are gendered in other languages. Even though technically, countries don’t have gender in any language, they take on feminine or masculine pronouns and articles depending on the specific language.