Japan has become the country with the most valuable passport in the world, traveling visa-free to 193 countries. Turkey, on the other hand, ranked 54th with visa-free travel to 110 countries. According to the information obtained by the media monitoring agency Ajans Press from the Henley Passport Index 2022 data; The ranking of passports around the world according to the number of countries that can be traveled without a visa has been determined. Thus, the Japanese passport ranked first with visa-free travel to 193 countries, followed by Singapore and South Korea (192), Germany and Spain (190) in the third place, and Italy, Finland and Luxembourg (189) in the fourth place. Austria and Denmark are in fifth place. , the Netherlands and Sweden (188) were found.
Turkey Ranks 54th
While Turkey ranks 54th in the list, the number of countries that can travel without a visa is 110. In the research, it was determined that 112 countries were included in the original ranking of passports. The last country on the list was Afghanistan, which has the opportunity to travel to 27 countries without a visa.
Domestic Passport on the agenda
Ajans Press also examined the number of news about passports reflected in the press. According to the information compiled by Ajans Press from the printed and online press archives, it was determined that 43,330 news related to passports were made this year. Passport news included the increase in passport fees at the end of the year, as well as the promotion of domestically produced e-Passports in our country.