The simple answer would be no due to the way the trademark filing and, subsequently, the registration process is conducted. A trademark application is filed with the intellectual property office of the selected country of registration. As such, a trademark application filed in one country will have to be filed in another country separately. Hence the process of a country change is not recognized.
In case you have filed a trademark application within one country and have changed your mind to pursue trademark registration in a different country, please note that the fees you have paid for the prior trademark application are non-refundable by the intellectual property office. You can always decide to file in another country, but new fees would need to be paid.