Countries with the highest alcohol-attributable death rates 2012

This statistic shows the top ten countries with the highest alcohol-related mortality rates in 2012. Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Lithuania, and Russia made it to the top 5. Belarus was leading the ranking with roughly 35 percent of alcohol-attributable deaths in 2012.

Ranking of countries with the highest share of alcohol-related deaths in 2012*

Share of alcohol-attributable deaths
Belarus 34.7%
Ukraine 34.4%
Moldova 33.1%
Lithuania 30.9%
Russia 30.5%
Latvia 24.4%
Estonia 21.4%
Venezuela 10.8%
Mongolia 10.5%
Kazakhstan 9.2%
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Belarus, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Mongolia, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine, Venezuela

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* Alcohol-attributable of all causes of deaths in both sexes.

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