Health reforms introduced in Turkey over recent years have led to a leap in the country’s human development to reach the UN’s very high category, experts told Anadolu Agency. 

Claudio Tomas, the resident representative of the UN Development Program (UNDP) in Turkey, said the country has made “incredible progress” in terms of life expectancy, schooling and income per capita.

“These three reasons basically have pushed up the human development index of Turkey to the very high human development level,” he said.

According to the UNDP on Monday, Turkey was classified in the very high development category in 2018, with

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