Singapore has “the most powerful” passport in the world, according to a global ranking, Asia was the top for the first time, while India was at 75th position, which is three times more than the previous ranking. According to Global Financial Advisor Aron Capital, ‘Global Passport Power Ranks 2017’, Germany is in second place, followed by Sweden and South Korea at third place.
Paraguay lifted the visa requirement for Singaporeans, accelerated Singapore’s passport at the top of the passport index, the most powerful ranking of the 159 free visa-free score, said in a company statement. Historically, the world’s top 10 most powerful passports were mostly European, with Germany having a major role over the past two years. Since the beginning of 2017. The number one position shared with Singapore, which was growing steadily, he said.
“For the first time, the Asian country has the world’s most powerful passport. It is a testament to Singapore’s integrated diplomatic relations and effective foreign policy,” Philippe Mae, managing director of Singapore’s Singapore office, said.
India, which was 78th last year, has improved its ranking and at 75th position with 51 Visa Free Score. Afghanistan the last place on the list, which is ranked 94 with 22, followed by Pakistan with 26 scorers in 93, Syria 92, scoring 29 and Somalia with the score of 34 to 34.
Additionally, Arturo Capital Armand Founder and President in the recently held Global Citizen Forum in Montenegro, said “Visa-free global mobility has become an important factor in today’s world”
“More and more people invest hundreds of dollars every year in another passport so that their families get a better chance and security.”
When Singapore was quietly climbing, President Donald Trump had to undergo office in office. Recently, Turkey and
Moreover, The Central African Republic has cancelled their visa-free status for US passport holders, the statement said.
The passport index has become the most popular interactive online tool for displaying, ordering and ranking the world’s passports. The index has a national passport through cross-border reach, a passport holder can visit Visa Free or Visa with the number of countries to hand over “Visa Free Score”.
Similarly, Singapore’s passport has declared the world’s most powerful. Because it has the most powerful ranking in the passport index with the highest 159 free visa score.
According to the Passport Index developed by Global Financial Advisory Company, Artan Capital. This Asian country with the most powerful passport has been announced.
The index states that Singapore passport holders enjoy visa-free access to 173 countries.
Paraguay has ranked ranking for Singapore’s passport holders after its visa requirement dropped.
Moreover, Germany and Sweden are second and third in the ranking of 158 and 157 respectively.
Passport indices developed by Aorton Capital have a national passport through cross-border access, which they bring by handing over the “Visa Free Score”, which according to the number of countries, the passport holder can visit the visa-free or visit on arrival.
193 United Nations member countries and six territories considered for a passport. Historically, according to the press release on 25 October, Germany’s leadership has been the world’s top 10 most powerful passport for the past two years.
Since the beginning of 2017, the top spot shared with Singapore, which was progressing steadily.
Other Asian passports in the top 20 include South Korea, Japan and Malaysia.
On the other hand, according to the index, the United States Passport Rankings dropped after President Donald Trump took office.
Turkey and the Central African Republic Passport holders cancelled their visa-free status. More recently Singapore ranked fourth on the Visa Restriction Index this year, another number of tourism independence. Which uses a different method of calculating how “powerful” passports are
The list is as follows:
- Sweden, South Korea
- Denmark, Finland, Italy, France, Spain, Norway, Japan, United Kingdom
- Luxemburg, Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Portugal
- Malaysia, Ireland, Canada, United States of America
- Austria, Greece, New Zealand
- Malta, Czech Republic, Iceland
- Slovenia, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia