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The Pakistani passport has been ranked as the fourth worst passport for international travel for the third consecutive year, with visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 31 destinations around the world, according to the Henley Passport Index 2022.

The Henley Passport Index, which is a ranking of all the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa, placed Pakistan on the 108th position. Henley & Partners firm’s “Henley Passport Index” has been regularly monitoring the world's most travel-friendly passports since 2006.

Read more: These are the world's most powerful and worst passports for 2022

The increasing travel barriers that have been introduced over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic have resulted in the widest global mobility gap in the index's 16-year history, said the report.

The index doesn't take temporary restrictions into account, so leaving actual current travel access aside, holders of the passports at the top of its ranking -- Japan and Singapore -- are able, in theory, to travel visa-free to 192 destinations.

That's 166 more destinations than Afghan nationals, who sit at the bottom of the index of 199 passports, and can access just 26 countries without requiring a visa in advance.

Further down the top 10, the rankings remain virtually unchanged as we enter the first quarter of 2022. South Korea is tied with Germanyin second place (with a score of 190) and Finland, Italy, Luxembourg and Spain are all together in third place (with a score of 189).

EU countries dominate the top of the list as usual, with France, Netherlands and Sweden climbing one spot to join Austria and Denmark in fourth place (with a score of 188). Ireland and Portugal are in fifth place (with a score of 187). The United States and the United Kingdom, which held the top spot together back in 2014, have regained a little ground.

 

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Thanks to mian kanjar nawaz and his bro Mr-10% Zardari
But IK hasn't improved it as well. Our relations with west are still bad. Even with muslim countries not as good as they used to be once upon a time.

2 decades of war, nation with many people who depicts jihadi mindset, also has put a major dent on our passport. People in Pak must end their ummah chummah mentality, should end support to all radical groups including taliban (atleast end moral support). Come out of extremism, the likes of TLP and blashmphemy killers (end blashphemy laws which are no-where in the world). Live as other people in muslim countries live then we will see improvement in this list.. Otherwise remain with Afghanistan forever.
 

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Khan sahib when will you implement your thoughts, It has been 1250 days, 40 months and 178 weeks since you took power.

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This will happen! Dont you worry. Keep with your as* kissing of Sharif family.

Imran Khan is an honest man. He is not laundering money like Sharif family. He is not building foreign properties.

Pakistan will gain its deserved position. We are where we are because of thieves ruling us for past 4 decades and Musharraf like leaders who will everything from West to gain legitimacy.

It will take some time to recover from devastation of foreigners wars and constant stealing of country's resources.

Its been a double whammy. Because of war, investment dried up. On top of that we had House of Sharif and Zardari stealing public money with both hands.
 

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Personally who cares of the status of the Pakistani passport. Build the country's economy and the situation will improve.
I am voting for PTI and Imran Khan since he is better than Nawaz Sharif.
 

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This is what happens when you let Pakistanis in without checking their background. This is Bradford UK.

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Add in compromised NADRA and Afghans pretending to be Pakistanis when going abroad, you have your ranking.
 

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The Pakistani passport has been ranked as the fourth worst passport for international travel for the third consecutive year, with visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 31 destinations around the world, according to the Henley Passport Index 2022.

The Henley Passport Index, which is a ranking of all the world’s passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa, placed Pakistan on the 108th position. Henley & Partners firm’s “Henley Passport Index” has been regularly monitoring the world's most travel-friendly passports since 2006.

Read more: These are the world's most powerful and worst passports for 2022

The increasing travel barriers that have been introduced over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic have resulted in the widest global mobility gap in the index's 16-year history, said the report.

The index doesn't take temporary restrictions into account, so leaving actual current travel access aside, holders of the passports at the top of its ranking -- Japan and Singapore -- are able, in theory, to travel visa-free to 192 destinations.

That's 166 more destinations than Afghan nationals, who sit at the bottom of the index of 199 passports, and can access just 26 countries without requiring a visa in advance.

Further down the top 10, the rankings remain virtually unchanged as we enter the first quarter of 2022. South Korea is tied with Germanyin second place (with a score of 190) and Finland, Italy, Luxembourg and Spain are all together in third place (with a score of 189).

EU countries dominate the top of the list as usual, with France, Netherlands and Sweden climbing one spot to join Austria and Denmark in fourth place (with a score of 188). Ireland and Portugal are in fifth place (with a score of 187). The United States and the United Kingdom, which held the top spot together back in 2014, have regained a little ground.


Pakistan has faced global terrorism for 20 years, and regional terrorism for over 40 years. This has placed Pakistan constantly in the news for all the bad reasons.
So, what do we expect? things take time to improve.

Improve your image and the rankings will improve, its not rocket science and neither is it something shocking.
 

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