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Slovenia Achieves Top Ten Status in Global Peace Index for 2024

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Slovenia has distinguished itself as one of the world’s most peaceful nations, securing a spot in the top ten of the 2024 Global Peace Index. This achievement highlights Slovenia’s commitment to maintaining peace and stability, amidst a global backdrop marked by the highest number of conflicts since World War II.

The index, which evaluates countries across 23 different metrics including the impact of terrorism, political turmoil, and military spending, positions Iceland as the leader for the sixteenth consecutive year, boasting the lowest scores in conflict-related categories and high marks for safety and security.

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Europe dominates the rankings with seven countries, including Slovenia, making the top ten—underscoring the continent’s relative stability. Outside Europe, New Zealand, Singapore, and Malaysia also made the list, each noted for their unique contributions to maintaining domestic and regional peace.

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For Slovenia, this recognition is not just a testament to its peaceful conditions but also an affirmation of its robust policies aimed at enhancing national and regional security. As the world grapples with heightened tensions, Slovenia’s place among the most peaceful countries offers a hopeful outlook on the possibilities of maintaining harmony and stability in challenging times.

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