November 26 , 2017 – Fort Russ News –
Ukraine took one of the leading positions in the list of countries of the highest level of organized crime. This is evidenced by the rating data of the World Economic Forum.
According to the rating, Ukraine ranked 113th in the list of 137 countries with an assessment of 3.9 in the group of countries with the highest level of organized crime, ahead of 112th place in Uganda, and 114 – Trinidad and Tobago.
The top three countries with the highest crime rate are Salvador, Honduras and Venezuela.
It should be noted that Ukraine’s position was worse than all former Soviet republics. Tajikistan ranks 61st, Armenia – 62nd, Kazakhstan – 63rd. Georgia is 37th, and Estonia is in 10th place.
The lowest level of organized crime is in Finland, Norway and Oman. These countries took the first three places in the ranking.
Russia is located in the 86th place, Moldova in 94th, and Belarus did not make the list at all, for reasons unknown.