Which countries will be the most dangerous in the world in 2022?
International health and safety risk management company International SOS has announced the countries with the highest security risk in 2022.
International SOS reported that Libya, Syria and Afghanistan are among the most dangerous countries according to the categories of terrorism, rebellion, politically motivated unrest, war, social unrest (including sectarian and ethnic violence), violence and criminal offenses.
According to the news of The Independent, each country is rated according to the robustness of its transportation infrastructure, the state of industrial relations, the efficiency of security and emergency services, and the country’s sensitivity to natural disasters.
It was stated that the lowest level of risk is in Iceland, Denmark (the autonomous region of Greenland), Norway, Finland, Switzerland, Slovenia and Luxembourg.
Like most countries in Europe, the UK, USA, Canada and Australia were rated as ‘low risk’.
Countries rated as highest risk are predominantly in Africa or the Middle East.
The 14 countries with extreme risk were Afghanistan, Yemen, Syria, Libya, Mali, Somalia, South Sudan, Central African Republic, Mozambique, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ukraine, Pakistan, Iraq and Egypt.
While making the rating, International SOS also evaluated the impact of travel related to the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) by looking at the logistical impact of the disease on travel to a particular destination.