Which are the top 5 most trusted countries for the World Cup?
IRELTS TEST Riyadh: The IRELts test is the most trusted test in the world, according to an analysis of the results from more than 1,000 countries.
The top five countries with the highest trust in IRELs are the United States, France, Spain, Canada and Russia.
Russia has the most trust in the test, with a score of 85.0.
The U.S. was at 86.3.
India and China were tied at 85.2 and 85.1, respectively.
India’s trust rating is the highest of the four countries in the top five.
Canada’s trust was also the highest among the four, with 81.5.
France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom also ranked in the high-trust range.
The United States came in last place, at 72.7.
The only other country with a lower trust score is Nigeria, with only 48.5 percent.
The trust ratings of the world’s countries are based on the IRELsts’ results, which are released every five years.
This year, the Irelts announced they would no longer be releasing results in 2019, instead focusing on developing countries.
In an effort to increase transparency, the organization has updated the results annually, giving countries the chance to make their own decisions about whether to share the results.
In 2018, the U.N. reported a total of 7,000 results from 6,400 countries.
IRELTs use a new scoring system called the Global Assessment of Trust, which takes into account the diversity of their populations and the size of their economies.
The data shows that the United Arab Emirates, one of the countries in which IRELT scores are lower than average, scored the lowest in the region.
The UAE’s score of 75.7 places it below the average for the countries with which it has a close relationship, which is Saudi Arabia, the United Nations’ largest oil exporter, at 78.7, and Turkey at 79.5, according the IREA.
Qatar and Turkey have the next highest scores.
Qatar has the highest overall score of 83.9, while Qatar has two of the three highest scores in the Middle East, with scores of 82.8 and 82.6, respectively, according IREL.
Russia, which has one of its worst ratings in the Arab world, is second, with 83.3, while Tunisia is third, with 82.5 overall.
In the top 10 countries with most trust, all but three are in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which includes Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
Kuwait and Oman have the highest levels of trust among GCC members, with 84.6 and 81.9 respectively.
Qatar, with an overall score less than 70, comes in fourth.
Qatar is one of seven countries in Europe that do not score in the 100 percent confidence level.
IREAA scores are based solely on the countries’ scores on IREL tests, which they can access by logging in to their sites.
IRLS test results are based exclusively on the data that is released by the IRLs.
The IRL’s score, which includes all countries, does not include any country that does not disclose the results of their test, which can include any number of countries.