The index ranks all the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa
The record positions all the world’s international IDs as indicated by the number of goals their holders can access without an earlier visa. It is refreshed progressively as and when visa-approach changes happen, as indicated by reports in Dawn.
Pakistani international ID climbed two spots, positioning 102, from the past 104th spot, on the recently divulged rundown of Henley Passport Index 2019.
Pakistani international ID currently heads up two spots empowering the nation’s identification holders without visa access to 33 nations. Notwithstanding, the hop up the rankings is superior to just four different nations: Somalia, Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
While Sri Lanka is on the 95th spot, India is on joint 79th spot close by Benin, Morocco, Mongolia and Armenia and Bangladesh on 97th with access to without visa/visa-on-landing to 41 nations. The US and the UK identifications descended at joint 6th spot, with access to 185 goals. While China’s kept on moving up the positioning rundown sitting on 69th spot, with access to 74 nations around the globe.
Japanese identification was gotten the top spot on file for the second year running, offering residents sans visa access to 190 goals. Singapore keeps on holding second spot, alongside South Korea, which climbed from third spot, with natives ready to get to 189 goals.
The Henley Passport Index depends on information from the International Air Transport Association which keeps up the world’s biggest and database of movement data. The record is refreshed by broad, continuous research by the Henley and Partners Research Department.