The countries said anyone with close ties to Russia or Belarus should also be removed from important sports posts.
The “collective of like-minded nations” said they recognised the independence of global sports federations but argued that “Russian and Belarusian sports national governing bodies should be suspended from international sports federations.”
The U.S., Canada, Britain, Australia and most EU nations were among the nations calling for the move, which would exclude the two countries from sports bodies, including the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
The countries said anyone with close ties to Russia or Belarus should also be removed from important sports posts, whether officially linked to the government or not.
The signatories also urged national and international sports organisations to suspend broadcasts of their competitions to Russia and Belarus.
Many international sports federations banned Russian and Belarusian athletes from participating in international competitions shortly after the Russian invasion of Ukraine began.
National federations, however, are, for the most part, still part of organised sports.
For example, the IOC lists two Russians among its voting members and two others among its honorary members.
The UEFA executive still allows the president of the Russian Football Federation, Alexander Dyukov, to retain his seat.
Dyukov also holds a leading position at state-owned Russian energy giant Gazprom.