Egypt overtook Turkey in the firepower ranking of the world’s most powerful armies for the year 2022, as it ranked 12th, Turkey 13th and Iran 14th.
Saudi Arabia ranked 20th in this firepower ranking for countries in the world, surpassing developed countries like Canada, Poland, Sweden and South Africa.
This ranking places Algeria 31st, while Iraq ranks 34th, United Arab Emirates 36th, Syria 47th, Morocco 55th, Kuwait 71st, followed by Libya at 72nd, Sudan at 73rd and Tunisia at 74th.
Qatar ranked 77th in this ranking of the most powerful armies in the world, followed by the Sultanate of Oman in 78th place, while Yemen ranked 80th and Lebanon 114th.
As for the first rank of the most powerful armies in the world, it was, as usual, the United States, followed by Russia in second place, followed by China, then India, then Japan, while that Israel ranked 18th.
It should be noted that this world ranking of the most powerful armies is based on more than 50 factors to determine the military power status of any country, taking into account military and financial might, logistical capabilities and the geographical factor, while nuclear energy is not counted in this ranking, which depends on the measure of military power.