Current Affairs – 13 January 2021

India Ranks 85 in Henley Passport Index 2021

The Henley Passport 2021 Index was published by Henley & Partners, based on proprietary data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA). According to the latest report, India was ranked 85th out of 110 countries, in the Henley Passport Index for 2021, with a visa-free score of 58. The index features the original ranking of the world’s most powerful passports, according to the number of destinations to which their holders can access without a prior visa.

Japan once again tops the list of the world’s most powerful passports for the third year in a row. Japanese citizens can travel to up to 191 countries without a visa. Singapore is in second place (190) and South Korea is linked with Germany in third (189). Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan are the countries with the worst passports, with scores of 29, 28 and 26 respectively.

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