Albania has the longest life expectancy in health, along with Montenegro. In FYROM, an individual expects to live on average 67.1 years without being affected by illnesses. In Serbia, it’s 67.4 years, while in Bosnia it’s 67.2 years.
These are the conclusions of a latest report issued by the World Health Organization. According to this report, compared to other countries of the region, Albanians live longer without being affected by illnesses.
Meanwhile, average life expectancy in Albania is expected to be 78 years and six months, 80 years for women and 77 years for men. /ibna/