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Doha: Qatar once again shines in the Global Peace Index as the country that guarantees the most peace and security to its citizens and residents. According to the 2022 report, Qatar retained the number one position for the fourth time in a row in the Mena region, which includes the Middle East and North Africa. Qatar is ranked 23rd in the global rankings of 163 countries. This time it has moved up six places to 23rd in the global rankings from the previous year. The Global Peace Index was released by the Australian-based Institute for Economics.

The rankings are based on three key factors: security and law and order in the country, domestic issues, international conflicts and militarization. In addition, domestic and international issues and interventions were considered as criteria in determining the ranking. Qatar has maintained a high position in various security indicators. Qatar has excelled in social crime, terrorism, murder, security and law and order, organized crime and conflict, and political instability. The fact that there is no such security threat in the country has made it one of the best in the peace rankings.

Qatar has maintained its leading position in the ‘Mena’ region, which includes Gulf-Arab and North African countries in the rankings from 2019 to 2022, and has improved its position in the global index.

Low crime rates, high levels of internal security, political stability and internal security have helped keep the country afloat.

For the 15th year in a row, Qatar remains the most peaceful country in the Mena region, and the only Mena country to be among the 25 most peaceful countries in the world. He has also excelled in political stability. It rose to 28.6 percent, ranking second in the global rankings. It ranks first in the Arab world in GPI rankings for social security and ninth in the global rankings. This is an increase of six places over the previous year. Qatar is in the top ten, surpassing Australia, Sweden, South Korea, the Netherlands, Ireland, New Zealand and Taiwan.

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In 2019, Qatar was ranked 31st in the global rankings. Ranked 27th in 2020, 29th in 2021 and 23rd now. All these years Mena has been able to establish itself first in the region. Iceland tops the global rankings.

New Zealand, Ireland, Denmark, Austria, Portugal, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Singapore and Japan are in the top ten. Kuwait is 39th and the UAE is 60th behind the Gulf region. India is ranked 135th in the list.

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