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Singapore is the country with the so-called most powerful passport, having secured the greatest freedom of travel for its residents, according to a new quarterly report published by London-based global citizenship and residency research firm Henley & Partners.

The most influential passports offer their citizens visa-free access to a large number of countries, making it easier for them to travel and do business abroad, and Singaporeans enjoy visa-free or visa-on-demand access to 192 destinations worldwide.

In second place are three European countries, Germany, Italy and Spain, whose citizens can visit 190 destinations without a visa.

Japan and South Korea were joined in third place by Austria, Finland, France, Luxembourg and Sweden, whose citizens enjoy access to 189 destinations without the need for a prior visa.

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Croatia is in 14th place with 175 destinations without the need for a prior visa, Serbia took the 34th position (137 destinations), North Macedonia and Montenegro are in the 43rd and 44th positions (125 and 124 visa-free destinations), while  BiH is in the 47th position with 118 destinations.

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