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2024 Safest City in the World is Abu Dhabi

  • Abu Dhabi drives the rundown with a score of 86.8, followed intently by Taipei, Taiwan, with a score of 84.4.
  • Different urban communities that came to the first spot on the list incorporate Doha, Qatar (84.0), Ajman, (83.5), and Dubai (83.4).
  • Abu Dhabi drives the rundown of the world’s most secure urban communities with a score of 86.8, followed intently by Taipei, Taiwan.

Abu Dhabi Police has uncovered that Abu Dhabi has been positioned first on the world‘s most secure urban communities list in 2024, as per online data set Numbeo, mirroring the emirate’s worldwide authority in carrying out best security guidelines, upgrading personal satisfaction for residents, occupants, and guests.

Getting the best position out of 329 urban areas universally in the 2024 rankings, Abu Dhabi proceeds with its great streak, having kept up with the title of the world’s most secure city starting around 2017.

Abu Dhabi is the World’s Safest City

This steady positioning is a demonstration of the emirate’s devoted endeavors in guaranteeing extraordinary personal satisfaction for all who live and visit there.

Significant General Maktoum Ali Al Sharifi, Chief General of Abu Dhabi Police, makes sense that the endeavors made to help the advancement of local area prosperity and security added to Abu Dhabi being picked as the most secure city on the planet for the eighth year straight.

Outstandingly, Ras al-Khaimah, likewise includes in the main ten with a score of 83.3, alongside Muscat, Oman (80.2), The Hague (Lair Haag), Netherlands (79.8), Bern, Switzerland (79.5), and Munich, Germany.

The Numbeo Wellbeing File is a publicly supported list that positions 329 urban communities utilizing client input on questions connected with security, cost for most everyday items, contamination, and wrongdoing. In the most recent list, Abu Dhabi scored the most noteworthy.

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