Ukrainians can visit 128 countries through a visa-free regime, as the passports’ index of the fourth quarter of 2018, made by Henley & Partners international consulting company, says.
In three months, Ukraine lost four positions in the rating and ranked 41st, yet it happened because of the movement of the other states.
It should be noted that at the beginning of 2018, Ukrainians had visa-free access to 114 countries.
At the same time, Japanese passport is the most “portable” – it allows one to travel visa-free to 190 countries, which is a record number over the period of the index’s existence.
Three months ago, Japan shared the first place with Singapore (189 visa-free countries). Germany is on the 3rd place (188 countries), South Korea and France have the same indexes. The 4th place is taken by Denmark, Italy, Spain, Finland, and Sweden.
Russia is on the 47th place with a visa-free access to 118 countries, Moldova – on the 46th (122), Belarus – 68th (77).
Iraq has the last place, its citizens can visit 30 countries without visa.