Ukraine took 88th place in the global rating of the quality of life for 2017. The rating was made by analysts of the United Nations Development Program, reports Deutsche Welle.
The index determining the place of the country in the rating was made considering such indicators as life expectancy, level of education and incomes. Ukraine was rated at 0.751 points (with a maximum of 1) and took 88th place out of 189 countries.
In the first place in 2017 was Norway with an indicator of 0.953. In second place - Switzerland with the index of 0.944, on the third - Australia with the result of 0.939. On the fourth and fifth place there were Ireland and Germany with indicators of 0.939 and 0.938 respectively.
Also the top ten included Iceland, Hong Kong, Sweden, Singapore and the Netherlands.
The best indicator among the post-Soviet countries was demonstrated by Estonia - the 30th place with the index of 0.871. Poland took 33rd place, Slovakia - 38th, Hungary - 45th.
Russia in the global ranking took 49th place, Belarus - 53rd.
At the last, 189th place in the ranking was Niger.
Earlier it was reported that Ukraine ranked 24th in the world rating of passports.