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Japan tops the list of 2020’s most powerful passport
Did you know that owning a Japanese passport opens more doors around the world than any others?

According to the Henley Passport Index, that periodically measures the world’s most travel-friendly passports – Japan leads once again as the country with the world’s most powerful passport. This simply means that Japanese passport holders have visa-free access or visa-on-arrival access to 191 countries across the globe.

The second place on the leaderboard was awarded to Singapore that gives citizens visa-free access to 190 countries. South Korea followed with travel freedom to 189 countries while passport-holders of Italy, Finland, France, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, and Luxembourg landed in the top five by granting access to at least 188 countries without a prearranged visa.

The USA and the UK continued to slide downwards from the first position they held jointly in 2015 to the 8th rank in 2020. Both countries give their citizens travel freedom to almost 184 countries along with Belgium, Switzerland, and Norway.
Countries including Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, and North Korea was named as the countries with the worst passports to hold and offered visa-free access to less than 40 countries.
Japan tops the list of 2020’s most powerful passport
Infographic by: Statista

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Japan tops the list of 2020’s most powerful passport #Infographic

Japan tops the list of 2020’s most powerful passport
Did you know that owning a Japanese passport opens more doors around the world than any others?

According to the Henley Passport Index, that periodically measures the world’s most travel-friendly passports – Japan leads once again as the country with the world’s most powerful passport. This simply means that Japanese passport holders have visa-free access or visa-on-arrival access to 191 countries across the globe.

The second place on the leaderboard was awarded to Singapore that gives citizens visa-free access to 190 countries. South Korea followed with travel freedom to 189 countries while passport-holders of Italy, Finland, France, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, and Luxembourg landed in the top five by granting access to at least 188 countries without a prearranged visa.

The USA and the UK continued to slide downwards from the first position they held jointly in 2015 to the 8th rank in 2020. Both countries give their citizens travel freedom to almost 184 countries along with Belgium, Switzerland, and Norway.
Countries including Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, and North Korea was named as the countries with the worst passports to hold and offered visa-free access to less than 40 countries.
Japan tops the list of 2020’s most powerful passport
Infographic by: Statista

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