Japan, Singapore, and South Korea led the rating of freedom of movement. The citizens of these states can travel visa-free or with visa on arrival to 189 countries.
Germany ranked second place (188 countries), as it lost visa-free regime with Uzbekistan.
Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, and Sweden are on the third position.
The UK and the U.S. are losing the first position the countries held in 2015. The UK ranked fifth (185 countries without visa), the U.S. is sixth (184 states).
The Ukrainian can visit 128 countries without visa, yet the country’s position in the rating went up. The Republic of Moldova went up to the 45th place – recently this country presented a program of obtaining citizenship through investments.
Afghanistan and Iraq occupy the last positions – 30 countries.
As it was reported, in December 2018, Ukraine’s passport went down to the 28th place from the 24th in the Global Passport Power Rank 2018. Rating.