Web Desk. The European Union’s Fundamental Rights Agency said in a report released on Friday that Italy was the least violent country in Europe. Italy, along with Malta, is the EU’s least violent country, according to a report by the European Union’s Fundamental Rights Agency.
This report is based on a survey. Three percent of Italians surveyed said they had experienced physical violence in the past five years. The average violence in the European Union is nine percent.
The highest rates of violence in Europe are 18% in Estonia, 16% in Finland and Czechoslovakia. The report says that 17% of people in Italy have experienced harassment in the last five years, compared to an average of 41% in the European Union.