The happiest country of the world was announced
In 2017, Norway was the happiest country.
Finland takes the first place in the list of the happiest countries of the world according to the United Nations this year, IIA Kazinform reports.
In the UN annual report World Happiness Report, 156 countries are assessed according to such criteria as GDP per capita, reasons for happiness, corruption level, personal freedom level, life expectancy, social support and others. Finland, that took the fifth place last year, left behind Norway, that was the leader, and took the leading position in the report.
The top-10 of the happiest countries of the world includes Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, Canada, New Zealand, Sweden and Australia. And the unhappiest countries are South Sudan, CAR and Burundi this year.