The foreign Ministry considered unfair the inclusion of Kiev in ten worst places to live

Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin considers unfair the inclusion of the influential publication The Economist Kiev to ten worst cities to live in.

About this he wrote on Twitter.

“Sometimes the ratings are far from reality. Love Kiev, and I believe that the city’s 131st place in the list of the Economist is unfair,” said the Minister.

1/2 ratings are Sometimes far from reality. #Love Kiev and believe that the city was on the 131 place in the list of the Economist is unfair.

— Pavlo Klimkin (@PavloKlimkin) 18 Aug 2017

According to Klimkin, the “Kyiv is the new Berlin”.

“Perfectly wild and completely free,” said the official.

Recall, Kiev was in the top ten least liveable cities in the world. This is evidenced by the annual ranking of the influential publication The Economist.

The capital of Ukraine was on the 131st place out of 140. Worse Kiev’s ranking of Douala (Cameroon), Harare (Zimbabwe), Karachi (Pakistan), Algiers (Algeria), Port Moresby (PNG), Dhaka (Bangladesh), Tripoli (Libya) Lagos (Nigeria) and Damascus (Syria).

It is noteworthy that over the past five years Kyiv has demonstrated the most rapid decline in positions. Its indicators in the rating decreased by 21.4%.

Experts say that the fundamentals are showing some improvement, however, are under threat from unrest, economic instability and the war in the Donbass.

The leader of the rating on the comfort of the city for the seventh time became the Australian Melbourne. In second place – Vienna (Austria), third place – Vancouver (Canada).

VideoCAM were ranked as the worst city to live in

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