A Danish passport still opens more doors than most

War-torn survivors
Other notables included Great Britain (187), Norway and the United States (186), and (185), and Argentina (170), (159), (144), Russia (118), South Africa (106), (80), Indonesia (71) and (59).

“A stronger passport isn’t just about greater freedom of movement: it’s about greater economic freedoms in terms of investment and entrepreneurial opportunities,” said investment expert Jeff D Opdyke.

was ranked at the bottom, and its passport only allowed visa-free travel to 27 countries. Before that were Iraq, , and Yemen.

See the entire index here.

Source: The Nordic Page




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