As it is known, suicides have become the main problem of modern societies. Many countries are setting several policies to reduce the suicide rates; however, the issue does not lie in fundamental policy lack. Suicides are the peak reflections of socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. That is why the issue exceeds the limitation of person and turns to territorial and geographical movement. As a result, some nations place at the apex of suicide rate ranking regardless of the country’s development level. For instance, according to World Population Review statistics, Lithuania, Russia, Guyana, South Korea, and Belarus are placed in the top 5.