The Henley Passport Index for the first quarter of 2022 updated on Tuesday, showed an improvement for Indian passport-holders. Compared to 2021, India’s passport now ranks at 83rd position in the Henley Passport Index, climbing seven places from 90th in 2021. The current rankings show the strength of passports for the first quarter of 2022. India is behind Rwanda and Uganda, and jointly shares the position with the African island nation, Sao Tome and Principe.
Let us inform that after the inclusion of Oman and Armenia in the visa-free list, this improvement has come in India’s passport. Now with Indian passport, people without visa can travel to 60 countries across the world. The passports of Japan and Singapore topped the Henley Passport Index 2022 rankings.
At the same time, the Pakistani passport has been ranked fourth for the worst passport for three consecutive years. According to the Henley Passport Index 2022, Pakistan is ranked 108th. On the other hand, the passports of Iraq and Afghanistan have been placed at 110th and 111th place.