The passport of the citizen of Ukraine has fallen three points from the 25th to the 28th position in the rating of the strongest passports of the word, as Global Passport Power Rank 2018 reported.
According to the rating, the Ukrainian passport provides the visa-free regime to 89 countries. The Ukrainians can get the visa on arrival in 42 countries and they have to issue the visa in advance to visit 67 countries.
However, these indexes were slightly another in September 2018. The Ukrainians do not need visas to enter 90 countries; they could get the visa on arrival in 41 countries, and they had to issue the visa in advance to visit 67 countries.
Ukraine has lost four positions when one of the countries decided to provide the Ukrainian visa on arrival instead of the provision of the visa-free regime.
One more state shares the 28th position with Ukraine; it is Taiwan. The citizens of this country do not need a visa to enter 86 countries; they get the visa on arrival in 45 countries and they have to issue the visa in advance to visit 67 countries.
The first place in this rating is occupied by the United Arab Emirates. Its citizens can visit 113 countries without a visa.
Afghanistan has got the last place as its citizens can freely visit only five countries of the world.
Earlier Henley & Partners international consulting company reported that Ukrainians can visit 128 countries through a visa-free regime. Consequently, Ukraine ranked 41st.