In the latest global passport ranking, Japan still has the strongest passport and Afghanistan the weakest. Iran’s passport has also climbed two places this year with the possibility of receiving an airport visa to Oman.
227 travel destinations in the world require a passport to enter their territory. As a result, applications for bi-national passports have increased in recent years especially those who have Iran’s Passport.
New that the Corona pandemic seems to be ending those who have Iran’s Passport is looking for travel destinations. This information is collected through the International Transport Association (IATA), which identifies how many travel destinations are available for 199 passports.
The status of Iran’s Passport is also determined based on indicators such as not needing a visa when travelling, the possibility of obtaining a visa at the airport and the border and the process and waiting time for obtaining a visa.
With the vaccine being distributed faster, some countries are likely to use their passports this year, but the question is which country holds the key to entering most countries and whether Iran’s Passport is amongst them or not.
Denmark and Australia rank fifth on the list; Citizens of these two countries can easily travel to 189 countries without a visa.
Italy, Finland and Spain are fourth on the list with the possibility of travelling to 190 countries.
South Korea and Germany, which are ranked third, can travel to 191 countries easily or without a visa.
Singapore passport ranked second in the table, allows easy travel to 192 countries.
With the possibility of travelling to 193 countries, Japan has the strongest passport in the world as last year.
Iran’s Passport has travelled up 2 rows.
Many Asian countries have suffered from poor passports since 2006, but Japan has had the strongest passport in the world for several years in a row.