Belgrade is again among the MOST POLLUTED cities in the world
The capital of Serbia is again at the top of the infamous list of the most polluted cities in the world.
According to the data from the website www.iqair.com, which keeps real-time records of air pollution in the cities around the world, Belgrade was at one point ranked fourth, with the pollution index of 117.
Thus, Belgrade reached the orange zone, just behind the “red-zone” cities of Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, Dhaka (Bangladesh) and the first-ranked capital of India – Delhi.
During the day, the air above the capital of Serbia “got cleaner” and dropped to the index of 75, i.e. the 21st rank.
The closest to Belgrade, with the same index, is another, conditionally speaking, of our cities, Pristina, followed by Skopje, which, with an index of 70, occupied the 26th position on the list of the most polluted cities.