The competitiveness of Ukrainian roads is one of the lowest in the world, according to the Global Competitiveness Index published annually by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
According to the index, the United Arab Emirates has the best roads, followed by the Netherlands, Singapore, Portugal, and Hong Kong. Germany is only 13th in this indicator, with its score dropping from 6 to 5.7.
According to the document, Ukrainian roads are among the ten worst in the world. Ukraine ranks 132nd (between Kyrgyzstan and Moldova) among 140 countries despite the fact that its score rose from 2.14 to 2.4 in one year.
Russia is at 123rd. Among post-Soviet countries, Lithuania has the best roads (33rd). However, the Belarus is not included in the ranking.