This infographic on Foreign Language speakers in Europe has been made by Statista (statista.com)
According to this infographic, two thirds of working-age Europeans (aged 25-64) know at least one foreign language.

The European country with the highest percentage of workers speaking a foreign language is Luxembourg, in which 99% of people speak at least one other language. Lithuania and Latvia come second and third with 97% and 95%, followed by Denmark and Slovenia

At the end of the list there are Spain, Bulgaria and Hungary

How could you explain this difference between the EU members? 

What is the real situation in your country? 

How many languages do you speak?