6 countries, where people live the longest

• 6 countries where people live the longest

6 countries, where people live the longest

The oldest living person in the world - Japanese Sakari Momoi - recently celebrated its 112th anniversary. It is interesting that in Japan now lives more than 58 thousand people, over the age of "hundreds". Find out which countries the highest percentage of people aged over 80 years.

6 countries, where people live the longest

Sweden. The number of Sweden's population of 9, 5 million people, including 5 percent - people older than 80 years.

6 countries, where people live the longest

Greece. In 2002, the number of residents in Greece was 11, 2 million people, including more than five percent - people older than 80 years.

6 countries, where people live the longest

Germany. In Germany, the lives of 82 million people, five percent of which - are elderly people aged 80 years and older.

6 countries, where people live the longest

France. The population of France is about 63, 5 million people. 6 percent of the population of this country - people older than 80 years.

6 countries, where people live the longest

Italy. Of the 61 million people in Italy, 6 percent - people older than 80 years.

Japan. In 2002, Japan's population was 126, 4 million people, including 7 percent - people older than 80 years.