Armenia Ranked 116th In UN 2020 World Happiness Report.

Armenia was ranked 116th in the 2020 World Happiness Report by the UN.

This report is a research of the state of global happiness that assesses how happy the citizens of 156 countries are.

The 2020 report assessed the social, urban, and environmental impacts on happiness.

The report was released Friday, March 20, the International Day of Happiness.

Countries are rated in accordance with their citizens’ income, freedom, confidence, life expectancy, and social security.

Accordingly, the happiest country, as last year, was Finland.

But people in Afghanistan, South Sudan, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Botswana, Yemen, Malawi, and India are least happy.

Armenia’s neighbors Georgia are ranked 117th, Iran 118th, Azerbaijan 89th, and Turkey 93rd.

H/T News.Am

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