Georgia Ranked 7th among Top 10 Safest Countries

Numbeo, the world’s largest database of user-contributed data about cities and countries worldwide, reports that Georgia takes 7th position on the list of Top 10 safest countries worldwide.

Numbeo provides current and timely information on world living conditions, crime, safety, healthcare, pollution, traffic, quality of life, and travel.

Numbeo is a collaborative online database which enables users to share and compare information about the cities and countries around the world. The data provided by is based on the perceptions of visitors to the website in the past three years.

Numbeo surveyed 125 countries worldwide, and its data reads that Georgia’s safety index is 79.17, while its crime index is 20.83.

Qatar, Singapore, Taiwan, Austria, the United Arab Emirates, and Hong Kong are ahead of Georgia in the list of top 10 safest countries.

Last year Georgia was ranked 6th in terms of safety.

As for the neighboring countries of Georgia, in terms of safety, Ukraine takes 85th, Turkey-55th, Russia-67th, Azerbaijan-18th, and Armenia - 19th.

The 2017 Crime Index Rate revealed that the top 5 most dangerous countries are: Venezuela, Papua New Guinea, Honduras, South Africa and South Sudan.

The United States takes position 53, United Kingdom 70, Switzerland, 115 while France takes position 67 in terms of crime.

Thea Morrison

16 February 2017 18:26