Montenegrin passport takes 34th place in the ranking of the most “powerful” (influential) passports in the world.
With a Montenegrin passport it will be possible to travel without a visa to 123 countries of the world from the moment of lifting the restrictions related to the pandemic of the coronavirus COVID-19, according to data published by Passport Index.
A new report from the world's leading mobile information platform, Passport Index, shows that Montenegrins can now travel the world more freely than ever before.
This year, Montenegrin passport rose to a rather high position in the list of passports, taking 34th place, while the number of countries that can be visited by Montenegrin citizens without a visa increased to an impressive 123. This is a significant increase compared to the previous rating, in which Montenegro took 41st place, and citizens could visit only 102 countries without a visa.
The Passport Index is a rating system for 193 Member States of the United Nations and six territories: Taiwan, Macau, Hong Kong, Kosovo, the Palestinian Territories and the Vatican, or a total of 199 states.
In the updated rating, the first place was taken by the passport of Japan, with which the Japanese can visit 190 countries of the world without a visa, which is a record for this Index, analysts said. Japan managed to overtake Singapore, which citizens can visit 189 countries without a visa, having received visa-free access to Myanmar this year.
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