Japan once again tops the list of the world’s strongest passports, allowing entry into 191 visa – free countries.
According to CNN, the Kovid-19 pandemic will not affect the list of the strongest passports, as temporary measures to restrict movement have not been taken into account.
For this reason, Henley and associates have won Japanese passports for the second year in a row. Ranking Different countries are classified according to their ease of entry into another country without the need for a valid visa.
Portugal is currently ranked sixth (the same as in 2019) because the Portuguese passport allows visa-free entry to 186 countries, along with Sweden, France, the Netherlands and Ireland.
Singapore is second on the list (passports that allow entry into 190 countries), followed by Germany and South Korea. (Passports of both countries open the door to 189 countries).
In fourth place are Italy, Finland, Spain and Luxembourg. Passports for Denmark and Austria are in fifth place.
Top 10: Switzerland, United States, United Kingdom, Norway, Belgium and New Zealand in seventh place; Greece, Malta, the Czech Republic and Australia are in eighth place; Canada is in ninth place
In 2008, Portugal was second in the rankings, having access to 156 countries at the time, shared with Finland and Ireland. This was surpassed by Denmark, which allowed passports to enter 157 countries.