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India is 84th on the list of world's most powerful passports ranking 2020

The list of the ranking of world's most powerful passport is out and it reveals that the Indian passport has come to the 84th position in the race according to a report released by Henley & Partners.

Anab Mehdi

Anab MehdiBy Anab Mehdi

Published on 12 Jan 2020 7:28 AM GMT

India is 84th on the list of worlds most powerful passports ranking 2020
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Lucknow: The list of the ranking of world's most powerful passport is out and it reveals that the Indian passport has come to the 84th position in the race according to a report released by Henley & Partners.

Indian passport got a score of 58, which means Indian passport holders can visit 58 countries without prior visa. India shared the rank with Mauritania and Tajikistan.

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Japan continued to top the list of world's most powerful passports as it got the first rank. It grants visa-free access to 191 countries. The UK and US passports were among the top 10 powerful passports as they shared 8th rank.

Afghanistan passport got the last position, and came out as the world's worst passport. Pakistan, on the other hand, got fourth-last rank.

World's 10 most powerful passports:

1. Japan: 191 countries

2. Singapore: 190 countries

3. Germany and South Korea: 189 countries

4. Finland and Italy: 188 countries

5. Denmark, Luxembourg and Spain: 187 countries

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6. France and Sweden: 186 countries

7. Austria, Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland: 185 countries

8. Belgium, Greece, Norway, UK and USA: 184 countries

9. Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Malta and New Zealand: 183

10. Hungary, Lithuania and Slovakia: 181

India's passport ranking has dropped by 2 positions as compared to the recent year.

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