8 August, 2013 16:42 ▪
UNDP: Ukraine spends less on education than the Baltic States and Moldova
According to United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) rating, Moldova is a leader in investing in education. It spends 9.5% of GDP on education. The Baltic States are on the second place in the rating, giving 5.7% of GDP on education.
Ukraine ranks 4th with 5.3% of GDP spent on education. Hungary and Poland follow with 5.1% of GPD. Than come Belarus and Czech Republic with 4.5%. Three neighbouring countries Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia close the rating with 3.2% of GDP that go to education.