Indian passport holders allowed to enter 60 nations without prior visa

NITN | @notintownlive | 20 Jul 2022, 07:57 am

Indian passport holders allowed to enter 60 nations without prior visa Indian Passport Ranking

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New Delhi/IBNS: Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Germany and Spain make the top three strongest passport holding nations, as per the latest Henley Passport Index.

Japan has been dominating the passport index ranking for five consecutive years, providing fuss-free entry into 193 countries.

The number two spot is jointly held by Singapore and South Korea while Germany and Spain are placed third.

After the international travel ban was lifted by the Centre in March, the Indian passport ranking is 87, The Mint reported.

India had imposed a ban on international flights during March, 2020.

An Indian passport holder can now easily travel to 60 countries, it reported. 

The rest of the top five strongest passport holding nations list includes Finland, Italy, Luxembourg, Austria, Denmark and Netherlands 



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