The Afghan passport has secured the last sport in the latest passport index of a major American global citizenship and residence advisory firm – Henley & Partners.
The latest passport index released by the firm includes 105 countries where Afghanistan has been placed among the 5 countries that have secured the least points.
According to Henley & Partners, the ranking has been given based on the information related to the visa-free access the passports of each country are enjoying from.
Somalia has secured the 101st spot by having 32 points as the residents of the country have visa-free access to 32 countries.
Pakistan has been placed on 102nd with 30 points, Syria 3rd with 28 points, Iraq 104th with 27 points, and Afghanistan 105th with 24 points.
The citizens of Pakistan have visa-free access to 30 countries, Syria to 28 countries, Iraq to 27 countries, and Afghanistan to 24 countries, according to the firm.
Singapore and Japan have secured the 1st and 2nd spots with 180 points as the citizens of the two countries have visa-free access to 180 countries.
Germany has been placed 2nd with each having 179 points and visa free access to 179 countries, South Korea, Spain, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, and Sweden have been placed 3rd with 178 points for visa-free access to 178 countries.
Portugal, UK, Norway, Austria, Luxembourg, and Netherlands have been placed 4th with 177 points and visa-free access to 177 countries.
Canada, Switzerland, USA, and Ireland have been placed 5th with each country securing 176 points for visa-free access to 176 countries.
Source The Khaama Press