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How Powerful is the Croatian Passport

CroatiaA passport not only enables the holder to enter a country, it also reflects that country’s standing in the world and it’s relations with others. So how valuable is the Croatian passport?…

The Croatian passport has ranked 25th in the world based on the number of countries where it enjoys visa-free access (or visa upon arrival), according to Huffington Post’s latest index. Croatian passport holders are entitled to enter 129 without the need for a visa (or picking one up on arrival). The passports of Finland, United Kingdom and Sweden were 1st, with their passports having the same access to 173 countries. Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg and the US were next (172), whilst Afghanistan (28 countries), Iraq (31) and Pakistan and Somalia (32) were at the bottom.

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