Ukraine ranked 64th place out of 128 in the annual US Social Progress Imperative rating, according to the official website of the organization.
It is noted that Belarus ranked 65th in this rating, and Russia - 67. The criteria included medicine, health, living conditions, education, access to technology, freedom of choice, freedom of speech, tolerance, personal rights and other.
Neighboring Poland in this ranking took 32nd place, Latvia ranked 34, and Lithuania - 35. The first place was taken by Denmark. Finland, which was the leader last year, occupied the second. Iceland and Norway took the third place.
Earlier, QHA reported that Ukraine improved its indicators, ranking 44th among 115 countries, together with Georgia making the most positive "leap" in the ranking of open data.