- Ranking of world’s most powerful passport released
- bad condition of pakistani passport
Passport is very important to go from one country to another. The more powerful the passport, the more citizens of that country will be free to roam the country. London-based immigration consultancy ‘Henley & Partners’ has released the ranking of the world’s most powerful passports for the year 2022. In this, information has been given about the powerful and weak passports of all 199 countries including India and Pakistan.
The ‘Henley Passport Index for 2022’ ranks all 199 passports in the world where their holders are free to move without a visa. This ranking is based on data taken from the ‘International Air Transport Association’ which maintains the world’s largest database of travel information.
bad condition of pakistani passport
In this ranking of Powerful Passport, the condition of Pakistan’s passport is very bad. Pakistan has been ranked 109th in the index. According to the report, the Pakistani passport is the fourth weakest passport in the world. This passport allows the holder to visit only 32 countries without a visa. Pakistan’s passport is better than only Syria (30), Iraq (29) and Afghanistan (27).
How much power in Indian passport?
In this case, the condition of blue passport of India is much better than that of Pakistani passport. India has been ranked 87 in the Passport Index. Indian passport holders can go to 60 countries of the world without a visa. In the index, the passports of Mauritania and Tajikistan have also been considered as powerful as Indian passports. However, India seems to be far behind its neighboring country China. China ranks 69th in the index and its passport holders are free to visit 80 countries without a visa.
These countries won the top 10
Japan has got the first place in this list, which allows visiting 193 countries without a visa. After this, countries like Singapore, South Korea (192), Germany, Spain (190), Finland, Italy, Luxembourg (189), Austria, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden (188) have the most powerful passports.