News from Ukraine: Ukraine ranks among top 20 friendliest countries in the world - Expat Insider

19:16 Sep. 1, 2016

Ukraine ranks among top 20 friendliest countries in the world - Expat Insider

Visitors look on the large Easter eggs painted by different artists during the opening ceremony of 'Ukrainian festival of Easter eggs' at Sophia Square in Kiev,Ukraine,on April 23,2016 (Getty Images)

Ukraine also holds the 34th place out of 67 in 2016 Top Expat Destinations

For the third year in a row, Expat Insider — one of the largest expat surveys worldwide — offers an in-depth analysis of everyday expat life in more than 60 countries across the globe.

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More than 14,000 respondents representing 174 nationalities and 191 countries or territories took part and had their say on moving, living and working abroad.

This year Ukraine has been listed among top 20 'Ease of Settling In' countires.

Ukraine ranks 15 out of 67 in Expat Insider's Feeling Welcome subcategory. Also, Ukraine holds the 19th place in the Friendliness rating and comes fifth as a country good for Finding Friends

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In general, Ukraine ranks 34 in 2016 Top Expat Destinations, in terms of "quality of life", "family life", "relationships and gender", "personal finance" and so on. 

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Read the full report 'The World Through Expat Eyes"

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