Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

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After a considerable amount of bad news about various bad situations in different states, one wants to either sit down and cry, or find a quiet haven away from all this bad news and restless fuss. This is exactly what the independent organization Institute for Economics and Peace does. Once in a certain period of time, they carefully select and analyze countries according to a variety of criteria, while highlighting the safest of them. Let's take a look at the top of this list!

10 PHOTOS

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

1. Slovenia

At the end of this list is Slovenia. Despite the fact that the places here are considered quite quiet and calm, minor internal conflicts somewhat overshadow the situation, preventing Slovenia from being in the TOP, however, for the safety of tourists and their peaceful rest, the state began to use even more police for protection and control.

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

2. Japan

It's hard to believe, but such a huge and notorious country like Japan is today considered one of the most peaceful and safe countries in the world. The low number of murders, the ban on carrying weapons for citizens and the innate calmness of the Japanese make the state a real safe haven of the concrete jungle.

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

3. Canada

Canada is apparently too beautiful for any illegal activities. This is a very large, strong and reliable state, perfect for those who want to live quietly in their own (albeit not cheap) house in the forest and cut down trees after breakfast.

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

4. Switzerland

The gathering place for all the wealthy pensioners and the accumulation of the money of the most powerful and wealthy people in the world. Do you think they chose this country for such purposes not in vain? Well, of course not in vain! Switzerland takes a position of indifferent neutrality in foreign policy, which allows it to stay in the TOP of the most peaceful and calm countries. Here you simply do not need to commit crimes to live well - just work is enough.

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

5. Czech

Slowly but surely the Czech Republic is becoming more and more attractive country to live in. The abundance of tourists implies the operational work of the police and special services: relatively few crimes are committed here and the percentage of disclosure is very high.

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

6. Portugal

A relatively small number of tourists get to this beautiful harbor, and Lisbon is not in vain called the most underestimated city in Europe. And absolutely in vain! Portugal is a truly beautiful and surprisingly calm country for life.

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

7. New Zealand

This country is increasingly chosen by those who intend to escape from the hustle and bustle and want to radically change their lives. Low crime, gorgeous beaches and no drug problems - what else do you need to complete the feeling of peace and happiness?

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

8. Austria

Despite the fact that Austria borders on not the most peaceful countries in the world (for example, Germany with a bunch of migrants and the Czech Republic), this has absolutely no effect on it. After all, as Robert Frost wrote, “Good fences make good neighbors.”

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

9. Denmark

Denmark is often included in the list of the happiest and most carefree countries in the world, but now it has also made it to our list of the safest! The most serious conflict in many years was a territorial dispute with Canada over the right to possess a desert island. Problems with crime? Practically absent.

Safe harbor: TOP of the safest countries in the world

10. Iceland

For the sixth year in a row, Iceland ranked first in the country's safety index. The Scandinavians have no border disputes (it's an island, after all), hardly any killings, and only read about terrorist attacks on the internet. Here it is, peace of mind!

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