FAQ About Landlocked Countries in The World
A landlocked country is a country with its coastline lying on endorheic basins and without direct ocean or sea access. These countries can only be accessed via road or air, which would allow for good security as access is limited, but there is also the limitations of import/export.
Kazakhstan is the largest landlocked country in the world, it measures at 2,724,900 km
Chad is the largest landlocked country in Africa, with an area of 1,284,000 km2
Ethiopia is the most populous land locked country in Africa with an area of 1,104,300 km2 and an estimated population of 112,078,730.