The Maltese archipelago is situated in the Mediterranean Sea to the South from Sicily. The territory of the state consists of five Islands: Malta, Gozo, Comino, Camonet and Filfla. The last two are uninhabited.
Malta is a very industrial country with the developed industry, trade, finance and services. The particular importance in the country is tourism - over 1 million people a year visit Malta. This is the second industry after the source of foreign currency to the Treasury (30% GDP). Another source of revenue is the transport logistics, the island located in the center of the entire Mediterranean basin, at the crossroads of all trade routes, to the maximum advantage of its geographical location.
(MT, phone code +356)
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