New Zealand has the world’s most powerful passport

New Zealand has the world’s most powerful passport

New Zealand’s passport has been named the world’s most powerful in a new ranking. The Passport Index has again revealed the ranking of all the passports of the nations across the world. This index shows ranks of the passports according to the number of countries their holders can visit without applying for a visa. This index looks at the passports of 193 United Nations members and six territories.

New Zealand secured the top spot with a score of 129 countries, followed by Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Ireland, South Korea, Japan and Australia, all with a score of 12. In third place were Sweden, Belgium, France, Finland, Italy and Spain, while the UK joined the Netherlands, Denmark, Portugal, Lithuania, Norway, Iceland and Canada in fourth place.

In the bottom, the places are Afghanistan and Iraq, both of which have a score of just 31, followed by Syria (34), Somalia (35) and Yemen (36). Pakistani passport was on number 6 as the worst passport of the world according to the index.


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