The Moroccan passport gained 6 points in the annual ranking of the most powerful passports in the world, thus improving its rank at the international level.
According to the recent ranking established by the British firm Henley & Partners, the Moroccan passport is positioned 63rd in the world out of 91, thus offering the possibility to holders to travel to 70 countries without a visa or with a visa on arrival (28 countries without a visa and 40 countries with a visa on arrival). Visa is required for 128 countries. However, this performance remains below the general average for mobility, the firm points out.
Globally, the United Arab Emirates passport tops the charts with access to 168 countries without a visa or with a visa issued on arrival (115 countries without a visa and 53 countries with a visa on arrival). The visa is thus required for only 30 countries.
In second place are 10 countries, namely Germany, Sweden, Finland, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Austria, Luxembourg and South Korea.
In 3rd place in the world, there are 8 countries: Denmark, Belgium, Portugal, Switzerland, Japan, Poland, Ireland and the United States with mobility from 163 countries. Remember that a rank includes all the countries with the same mobility score.