1. Serbia – 2,869 cigarettes per adult annually
Topping the list as a clear winner, Serbia managed to reach the 2,869 mark and grab the title of the world’s top-smoking country.
2.Bulgaria – 2,822 cigarettes per adult annually
Eastern Europe again, this time around a bit closer to the Black Sea. It’s Bulgaria we’re talking about and an impressive 2,822 figure.
3.Greece – 2,795 cigarettes per adult annually
Proving the total domination of Eastern Europe, Greece comes as the first Big 3 name, merely few steps away from the 2,800 mark.
4.Russia – 2,786 cigarettes per adult annually
As clearly the biggest country on the list, Russia’s bringing us a step closer to the Top 3, crossing the 2,700 mark along the way.
5.Moldova – 2,479 cigarettes per adult annually
Located between Romania and Ukraine, Moldova gets to crack our list in half with nearly 2,500 smoked cigarettes per adult on a yearly basis.
6.Ukraine – 2,401 cigarettes per adult annually
Ukraine got a lot of press in 2014 due to political situation in the country. It might be stress or some other reasons, but Ukrainian adults consume just over 2,400 cigarettes annually.