Sweden to become the first non-smoking country in Europe, while Macedonia is the smoking leader in Europe


Sweden is on its way to becoming the first non-smoking country.
With around five percent of people smoking cigarettes every day, Sweden is on track to become the first non-smoking country in Europe. Sweden has the lowest rate of smoking-related diseases and a 41 percent lower death rate from cancers caused by this route, compared to EU countries.
A 2019 Tobacco Atlas research says that in Macedonia citizens smoked about 2,515 cigarettes per year, which makes the country the first in Europe in terms of the number of cigarettes smoked. Bulgaria is in second place, where the number of cigarettes is 2,495, followed by Belarus with 2,432 cigarettes smoked.

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