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Russia Lost Three Lines in the Ranking of World Passports
21.01.2020 12:04
Russia Lost Three Lines in the Ranking of World Passports
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Russia has lost three lines in the updated ranking of world passports from Henley & Partners, dropping from the 48th to the 51st line.

      Japan and Singapore became the ranking leaders once more; their citizens can visit 191 and 190 countries respectively without visas. These are followed by South Korea and Germany (189 countries), Spain (187), Austria, Portugal, Switzerland (185), Great Britain, Greece and the USA (184). For Russians, visa-free entry is open in 118 countries, which is less than for citizens of Antigua and Barbuda (150), Dominica (139) and Ukraine (128).

      Since October 2019, the Russian Federation has dropped in the passport index from the 48th to the 51st line.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian International travel to Russia    

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