The e-commerce giant is closing about 5,500 U.K. and Canadian stores by June 28.
The announcement follows the announcement that the company will close about 6,000 stores in the U. S. and Canada by the end of June.
The stores are expected to be closed as part of Amazon’s effort to shrink its U.N. footprint.
Amazon did not say when the company expects the closings to be completed.
The retailer announced a similar strategy in January in a deal with Target to close the majority of its U,S.
stores by March 31.
In April, Amazon said it would close 1,500 of its Canadian stores, leaving it with fewer than 700 in the country.
The company said it was doing so because of “a combination of our growth, operational challenges and challenging global competition.”
The announcement comes after a rocky relationship with Canada.
Last year, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the country’s Prime Minister’s Office and demanded it cancel a $25 million contract with Amazon.
He said the retailer was trying to set up shop in Canada without the government’s approval.
Last week, Trudeau also said Prime Minister Stephen Harper was wrong to say Canada was the only place Amazon could open a store.