Finland was ranked the happiest country in the world for the third consequent year. The evaluation came from the World Happiness Report, which analyzes the individual and collective well-being of citizens.
The classification for the Nordic country is the same as last year, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. According to experts, Finland’s position is mainly due to the population’s trust to the community.
Albanai is ranked 63rd, improving with 12 spots compared to last year. Suprisingly, Kosovo appears to be the happiest country in the Western Balkans. However, compared to last year Kosovo has improved with only 1 place.
The other countries ranked the highest are Iceland, Denmark and Switzerland. The countries with the lowest level of happiness are Tanzania and Zimbabwe.