Serbian passport worths a lot: We can go to 119 countries without visas, and here's the situation with Croats

Germany has the strongest passport and Singapore is second with 176 countries

Serbia is on the 41st place in the word according to the number of countries we can go without needing a visa, 119 in total.

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According to the Henley Passport index for 2018, Germany has the strongest passport this year again, and its citizens can travel to 177 countries in the world.

Singapore is on the second place with 176 countries, and seven countries are in the third place, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Japan, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom whose citizens can travel freely to 175 countries.

The US share the fifth place and the citizens can travel to 173 countries without a visa.

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Of the countries from the area of former Yugoslavia, Slovenia is on the 11th place with 167 countries, while Croatia is the worst ranked country of EU and it is on the 21st place with 155 countries. 

Serbia is at the 41st place and we can visit 119 countries without a visa, Macedonia is on 46th place with 112 countries, Montenegro 48th and they share that place with Russia for 110 states, Bosnia and Herzegovina on the 51st place with 105 countries. 

Albania is sharing 52nd position and they can travel to 100 countries without a visa. The bottom of the list goes to Syria with 28, Iraq with 27 and Afganistan with only 24 states.

(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)

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