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According to the latest rankings from the Henley Passport Index, Japan and Singapore have retained their positions as the holders of the most powerful passports in the world, Your Content has learned.
Citizens of these two countries can enjoy visa-free access to an impressive 192 countries, enabling them to travel with ease and convenience.
In the global ranking, Germany and South Korea secured the second-place position, offering their passport holders substantial travel privileges.
With their passports, citizens of these nations can explore numerous destinations around the globe without the need for visas.
Notably, the United Kingdom made a significant leap in the rankings, climbing to the 5th position. This improvement reflects the UK’s ongoing efforts to enhance its global diplomatic relations and promote ease of travel for its citizens.
Similarly, the United States occupies the 6th spot, granting its passport holders considerable travel freedom.
Meanwhile, Russia experienced a decline in its ranking, falling to the 49th position.
The decrease suggests that Russian passport holders face more travel restrictions compared to previous years.
Conversely, Ukraine achieved a noteworthy milestone, reaching a record high in the Henley Passport Index.
For the complete global ranking, please refer to the list provided below, according to VIGOUR Times.