For the year 2021, The Economist released a list of the world’s safest cities.
Copenhagen was first among the world’s safest cities, while Abu Dhabi was first among Arab cities.
The magazine’s Safe Cities Index assesses the performance of 60 cities throughout the world.
Digital security, health security, infrastructure security, personal security, and environmental security are the five pillars of security standards.
According to the report, prepared by the Economist Intelligence Unit, Copenhagen ranked first as the safest city in the world, with a score of 82.4 points.
Canada’s Toronto came second, slightly ahead of the Danish capital, with 82.2 points.
Singapore ranked third globally with 80.7 points, followed by Sydney with 80.1 points. As for the Russian capital, Moscow, it ranked 38th in the world, with a score of 62.5 points.
As for the Arab world, Abu Dhabi ranked first in the list of the safest cities among the Arab countries and ranked 31 globally, as well as Abu Dhabi, came in the list of the safest cities in the Middle East and Africa.
The Abu Dhabi Media Office said in a tweet on its Twitter account that “Abu Dhabi tops the list regionally, confirming the emirate’s position as a safe destination to live, work and invest.”