If we consider the distribution of the republics of the former Soviet Union in the ranking, we can see that the most starving country is Tajikistan - more than 33% of the hungry. In addition to Tajikistan, the three most hungry countries in the post-Soviet space include Moldova (12,2%) and Georgia (7,4%).
The most successful in this regard are Russia and Belarus - 0,7 and 0,8% of the population, respectively.
Indicator of Ukraine, according to the rating, is at the level of 1,2%. This, by the way, is better than in such EU countries as Estonia (2%), Latvia (1,4%) and Lithuania (1,4%).
According to what criteria was the assessment of the starving population, and why the same states were not in the rating, where according to other research agencies, at least 2,5 million starving people were not reported.