Japan holds first rank in strong passport list, check where India stands
New Delhi : The Henley Passport Index, which regularly measures which passport has the strongest presence in the world, has released its first report of the new decade on Wednesday. According to them, Japan's passport has been ranked on the top of the list as the holders can visit 191 destinations without visa.
The second spot on the list has been grabbed by Singapore; while the third spot was jointly shared by South Korea and Germany.
The year 2020 marks the third year running in which Japan has held the top spot.
India has slipped two places to 84th position as the Indian passport holders can only have visa free entry to 58 nations.
The Index, which is a ranking of all the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa, placed Pakistan on the 104th position. Pakistani passport holders can have visa-free access to 32 countries.
Last year the Pakistani passport had been ranked as the fifth-worst passport to hold.
The Pakistani passport only ranks better than the passports of only three other countries: Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. It shares the fourth spot with Somalia.