Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Once again Japan has topped the list of the countries with the most powerful passport in 2019. As indicated by the Henley Passport Index, which measures the entrance every nation’s travel documents affords, Japan held its top spot as the world’s most travel-friendly visa because of the document’s access to 190 nations, as per reports of Wednesday. South Korea edged up the ranking from October’s index to join Singapore, offering access to 189 jurisdictions. Somewhere else in the locale, China hopped very nearly 20 places in only two years, from 85th in 2017 to 69th this year. European nations likewise performed, with European Union member states (alongside Norway and the US) filling in the places behind the top three countries – in spite of the fact that the UK keeps on dropping down the rankings, alongside the US. Henley and Partners’ Group Chairman Christian Kalin, who made the Passport Index, said the positioning was a splendid spot in an inexorably isolationist world. “The general spread of open-door policies has the potential to contribute billions to the global economy as well as create significant employment opportunities around the world,” he said. Henley and Partner’s rundown is one of a few records made by money related firms to rank worldwide international IDs as per the entrance they give to their residents. The Henley Passport Index depends on information given by the International Air Transport Authority (IATA) and spreads 199 identifications and 227 travel goals. It is updated in real time, as and when visa policy changes become effective.