According to the number of countries that can be traveled without a visa, the world's most valuable passports have been determined. Japan ranked first with visa-free travel to 193 countries, while Turkey ranked 111nd with visa-free travel to 52 countries.
TURKEY IS 52nd
According to the information obtained by the Agency Press from the Henley Passport Index 2021 data, the ranking of passports all over the world has been determined according to the number of countries that can be traveled without a visa. Thus, it was observed that the Japanese passport ranked first with visa-free travel to 193 countries, followed by Singapore (192) in the second, Germany and South Korea (191) in the third, and Italy, Spain, Finland and Luxembourg (190) in the fourth place. Turkey, on the other hand, ranked 52nd on the list, while the number of countries that can travel without a visa was 111. While the research consisted of the original ranking of passports, it covered 199 different passports and 227 different travel destinations, while the last country in the list was Afghanistan, which has visa-free travel to 26 countries.
PASSPORTS IN THE MEDIA
Media monitoring agency Ajans Press examined the number of news reflected in the press about passports. According to the information compiled by Ajans Press from the digital press archive, it has been determined that 2020 thousand 10 news related to passports have been reflected in the press since 728. While the increases in passport fees at the end of the year were mostly included in the passport news, the news of "golden passport" also took place in our country. Traveling from Turkey to Azerbaijan with only ID cards has become one of the most talked about topics of recent times.