Not In Town | @notintownlive | 02 Mar 2018
Tokyo, Mar 2 (NITN): The Japanese and Singaporean passports have dethroned its German counterpart as the world's most powerful after Uzbekistan lifted its visa requirements for people from the aforementioned Asian nations.
Both Japan and Singapore passports now grants access to 180 countries.
Germany is second with 179 countries, according to Henley Passport Index released on Wednesday .
The joint-third place on the rankings are France, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and South Korea.
"In general, the Asian and Middle East regions have in recent months seen high levels of visa-policy activity compared with their European and American counterparts, where the signing of new cross-border agreements on short-term travel has been far less frequent," said Henley & Partners in a statement.
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