Macedonians have an average life expectancy of 74 years, Kosovo nationals have the longest in the Western Balkans

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Residents of Kosovo are the longest-lived in the Western Balkans, with an average of 80 years, according to the World Bank’s report on the life expectancy of the world’s population, reports Beta.
The population in Kosovo lives four to five years longer than the inhabitants of other Western Balkan countries.
Life expectancy in Albania is 77 years, in Montenegro 76, in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia 75, and in North Macedonia 74 years.

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