The UN has published a rating of the world’s happiest countries
Russia lost to Tajikistan and Moldova in the world ranking of happy countries.
The UN presented the annual global ranking of happy countries World Happiness Report. It assesses the level of happiness in 156 countries around the world.
The rating is based on the analysis of indicators such as well-being, life expectancy, social support, freedom and the level of corruption.
Finland is recognized as the happiest country in the world for the third time in a row. Its advantages include a safe environment, a high level of social trust, and the integrity of the authorities.
Top 20 happiest countries in the world in 2020 according to the UN:
Russia took 73rd place in the happiness rating, losing five positions this year.
The most unhappy countries, according to experts, were Afghanistan, South Sudan, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, the Central African Republic, Tanzania, Botswana, Yemen, Malawi and India.