An informal letter is a letter that is not marked as confidential by the state, usually between a person and someone who is not their official contact.
Informal letter refers to a letter sent by someone to another person or to someone else in a way that does not require the signature.
In addition, it may be sent to a company, a person, a group, a government agency, a law enforcement agency, an individual or a government official, and it may even be sent by a person to a group of people.
Informant is the abbreviation of confidential informant, which is sometimes used to refer to a person who has not signed a confidential letter.
Countries that have the highest number of confidential informants are the United States and the United Kingdom.
They have over 2.5 million informants.
The United States has over 1 million informants, while the United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Ireland each have 1.2 million.
China has about 1 million and Russia has about 8,000.
Other countries with a high number of informants include the Czech Republic, Germany, France, Italy, Norway, Spain, and Sweden.
The highest number in the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, the United Nation’s agency for peacebuilding and conflict resolution, is 467,000, but there are other countries with higher numbers.
The UN has no official count of confidential informers.
Some countries, such as the United Republic of Tanzania and Zimbabwe, have no specific information requirements.
The number of people with a personal identity number is also not included in the figures.
Countries with the highest proportion of informants are India, Pakistan, Vietnam, and Kenya.
In general, the proportion of confidential letters is lower in countries that have fewer informal informants, such the United Sates, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden, while in the European Union countries with the lowest proportion of informal informants are Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy and Luxembourg.
The top three countries with most confidential informer cases are the Philippines, Brazil and the Philippines.
Other top countries with least confidential informants include France, Germany and Spain.
In the United Middle East, Pakistan has the second most confidential informant cases, followed by Iraq.
Countries at the bottom of the list with the fewest confidential informants, by the number of cases with informants, are Nigeria, Somalia, Sudan, Eritrea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The lowest number of complaints against informants is Nigeria, followed closely by Somalia and Sudan.
For the full list of countries with confidential informants and the number, visit: https://www.un.org/about-us/global/publications/report/2014/pdf/reports/global-informant-report-summary-2014.pdf.