The most powerful passport holders in the world are the Japanese

Japan has been named the world's most powerful passport holder by 2021. According to CNN World Service, it has been named "The world's most powerful passports for 2021", but in fact the word "most powerful" has been used based on travel sources. This means that Japanese passport holders will be allowed to enter 191 countries around the world without a visa or prior permission, or with a permit obtained upon landing in the relevant country. Second on the list is Singapore, where Singapore passport holders can enter 190 countries around the world without hindrance. South Korea, the third largest country in the world, can enter 188 countries without a visa or prior permission or with a post-landing permit. That is to say, it explains the level of confidence that passport holders in these countries will not disappear in other countries. The following is a list of first class countries 1. Japan (191 destinations) 2. Singapore (190) 3. South Korea, Germany (189) 4. Italy, Finland, Spain, Luxembourg (188) 5. Denmark, Austria (187) 6. Sweden, France, Portugal, Netherlands, Ireland (186) 7. Switzerland, United States, United Kingdom, Norway, Belgium, New Zealand (185) 8. Greece, Malta, Czech Republic, Australia (184) 9. Canada (183) 10. Hungary (181) The final countries are also listed 103. North Korea (39 destinations) 104. Libya, Nepal (38) 105. Palestinian territories (37) 106. Somalia, Yemen (33) 107. Pakistan (32) 108. Syria (29) 109. Iraq (28) 110. Afghanistan (26) Only 26 countries allow entry to Afghanistan, which ranks 110th, on pre-eminent terms. This report is compiled entirely on travel data only by an international organization called Henley. There are 42 countries in Sri Lanka ("Sri Lankan Passport") that can be entered on or without a visa. We are in the 100th place in the relevant rankings. Neighboring Indian passports allow visa-free entry to 58 countries, ranking 85th in the world. The Maldives ranks 62nd, with 85 countries open to them. Taiwan, Macau, Hong Kong, Kosovo, Palestine and the Vatican are not included in this ranking.

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