Top safest countries and Georgia is among them - new survey says
17 October, 2018
Top safest countries and Georgia is among them - new survey says
Georgia is among the safest countries in the world. This fact is substantiated by various surveys and researches. Recently new research was published by Drum Cussac that sorts countries by their riskiness.

Their Intelligence and Analysis Services team have ranked countries from least to most risky using 20 different risk markers grouped under five main categories:

• Security risks (inc. petty & violent crime, civil conflicts, protests, strikes and terrorism)
• Political risks (inc. government stability, levels of corruption, political interference and sanctions)
• Medical risks (inc. presence of diseases, standard of medical facilities, access to water and availability of pharmaceuticals)
• Environmental risks (inc. proximity to seismic activity, frequency of storms, presence of manmade ordnance such as landmines and climatic hazards)
• Infrastructural risks (inc. road safety and standards, provision of utilities such as electricity, cyber crime and aviation security & standards)
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Which countries are the most risky to visit


Top 10 risky countries are Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, Libya, The Republic of South Sudan, Somalia, Central African Republic, Iraq, Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi.

In the region Georgia is the safest country. After Georgia comes Armenia and Azerbaijan.

It is not the first survey that says that Georgia is leading in the region.
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Which countries are the safest to visit


Gallup Inc., an American research-based, global performance-management consulting company has conducted a survey and published it on the 30th of June 2018 about world’s safest countries and has published a report.

According to the report, Gallup’s Law and Order Index used four questions to gauge people’s sense of personal security and their personal experiences with crime and law enforcement.
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Georgia – among the safest countries


According to the report, Georgia’s score is 87 out of 100. “The higher the score, the higher the proportion of the population that reports feeling safe”. Georgia shared same score with Portugal and Turkmenistan.

Countries like Ireland, the UK, Japan, Germany, France and the US have lower scores than Georgia and ranking below Georgia.

It is worth to mention, that Georgia is named as the safest country in the South Caucasus region. Georgia is safer than Russia (70), Turkey (77), Azerbaijan (85), Armenia (78) and Iran (82).
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Source: drum-cussac.com

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