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German passport most strongest in world by Henley Passport Index 2018

German passport returns as 'the strongest passport' in the world this year. Germany became the country with the most influential passport data version released by the Henley Passport Index 2018. The country has five times in a row ranked at the top of the list.

The strength of German passports means that citizens can enter hundreds of countries without having to apply for visas. The Henley Passport Index is ranked based on data obtained from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) as the organization that has been processing data on world transportation.

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Last year, German citizens were able to enter without a visa to 176 countries and this year added one country to 177 countries, while the 2nd place was occupied by Singapore with 176 visa-free countries. In October 2017 Arton Capital released a list that puts Singapore on the top of the list.

Indonesian passports are ranked 72nd in the list of Henley Passport Index 2018 with Azerbaijan, Cape Verde Islands, Cuba and the Philippines where these countries can only enter without a visa to 63 countries. Pakistan, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan remain at the bottom of the same list.

Here is a list of ten countries with the world's most influential passport version of Henley Passport Index 2018:

1. Germany (visa-free to 177 countries)
2. Singapore (visa-free to 176 countries)
3. UK and Japan (visa free to 175 countries)
4. United States (visa free to 173 countries)
5. Canada (visa-free to 172 countries)
6. Australia and New Zealand (visa-free to 171 countries)
7. Hong Kong (visa-free to 155 countries)
8. Israel (visa-free to 150 countries)
9. Russia (visa-free to 110 countries)
10. China (visa-free to 60 countries)
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