Albania moves away from UN targets – Sustainable Development Goals Report drops us to 68th place
Since 2015, when at the United Nations General Assembly, the member countries of the organization agreed to meet 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, every year, the organization publishes the report that measures the progress of each country in achieving these objectives. Goals range from eliminating poverty and hunger to peace or climate.
In this year’s report, Albania ranks 68th in the world among 166 countries in terms of meeting objectives. This result marks steps back compared to last year, when our country was ranked 60th in the world. Compared to other countries in the region, Albania is second to last in the region, better only than Montenegro. Globally, Sweden ranks first this year, snatching the top spot from Denmark.
Albania has achieved only 1 target out of 17; that of climate action. In that of poverty elimination as well as in that of clean energy it is estimated that it is on the right track.
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