ISLAMABAD - The Pakistani passport is ranked the third-last in the world (93), above only Afghanistan and Iraq in 2018. Passport Index recently released the list of most powerful passports in 2018, and Germany, with a score of 161, was placed first, followed by Sweden and Singapore, both placed second with 160 points.
Looking only at the subcontinent countries, we find the Indian passport to be the strongest, with 55 points – up 7 points from 2017, followed by Sri Lanka at 38 points. Bangladesh comes next with 37 points, while Pakistan’s score increased from 27 to 29 points.
The Pakistani passport, in fact, is ranked the second-last in the world, above only Afghanistan with 24 points.
However, there are still 28 countries that Pakistanis can visit either without a visa or with visa on arrival, with a few changes from 2017. Visa-free entry
Dominica Haiti Micronesia St. Vincent and the Grenadines Trinidad and Tobago Vanuatu Visa on arrival
Cambodia Cape Verde Comoros Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) Djibouti Guinea-Bissau Kenya Madagascar The Maldives Mauritania Mozambique Nepal Bolivia Palau Samoa Seychelles (visitor’s permit) Tanzania Timor-Leste Togo Tuvalu Uganda Rwanda