According to the Henley Passport Index, Pakistani passports have been listed as the fourth largest for international travel.
Pakistan was ranked 104th according to the Henley Passport Index, which lists all passports in the world according to their various visa-free locations.
The Pakistani passport was listed last year as the fifth worst passport.
Now it’s more expensive than just three other countries ‘ passports: Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. It shares Somalia’s fourth place. Pakistani passengers continue to have access to 32 countries without visas.
Japan retained the top spot as the world’s most powerful passport. The Asian nation has come out on top in the index, which is revised quarterly, for the third time in a row.
Singapore, which is at the second place and South Korea, which is connected in third place with Germany, are also Asia’s most important passeport countries.
Fourth among Europe’s countries were Finland, and fifth in Spain, Luxembourg and Denmark. Sixth place on the list was taken by Sweden and France.
Two eighth positions were reduced in the United States and the United Kingdom, Denmark, Green and Belgium were exchanged. Canada ranked ninth in the meantime.
There have also been 47 seats in 18th place in the United Arab Emirates, where 171 are not visas or visas on arrival.
Here are the 10 most powerful passports in the world:
1. Japan (191 destinations)
2. Singapore (190)
3. South Korea, Germany (189)
4. Italy, Finland (188)
5. Spain, Luxembourg, Denmark (187)
6. Sweden, France (186)
7. Switzerland, Portugal, Netherlands, Ireland, Austria (185)
8. United States, United Kingdom, Norway, Greece, Belgium (184)
9. New Zealand, Malta, Czech Republic, Canada, Australia (183)
10. Slovakia, Lithuania, Hungary (181)
Here are the five least powerful passports in the world:
1. Afghanistan (26)
2. Iraq (28)
3. Syria (29)
4. Pakistan, Somalia (32)
via: web news