Tashkent included to world’s most liveable cities ranking
The Global Liveability Survey rates cities out of 100 in the areas of health care, education, stability, culture and environment and infrastructure. Each factor in a city is rated as acceptable, tolerable, uncomfortable, undesirable or intolerable.
The capital city of Uzbekistan took the 116th place with 54.6 points out of 100. Tashkent collected 50 points in stability area, 58.3 points – in healthcare, 53 points – in culture and environment, 75 points – in education and 48.2 points – in infrastructure.
Melbourne, Vienna and Vancouver were named the world’s top three of the most liveable cities. Tripoli (Libya), Lagos (Nigeria), Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea), Dhaka (Bangladesh) and Damascus (Syria) were named as the least liveable cities of the world.