According to data published by the Passport Index, Bosnia and Herzegovina is among ten countries in the world the passports of which have had a biggest development over the past ten years.
The number of countries granting visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina has grown to 119, which is 64 countries more than a decade ago.
The list of countries which have seen their passport growing significantly stronger since 2010 includes United Arab Emirates, Taiwan, Ukraine, Albania, Georgia, Moldova, Marshall Islands and Palau.
Earlier this year, the global citizenship and residence advisory firm ‘Henley & Partners’ has released the latest edition of its report on the world’s most desirable passports.
According to the Henley Passport Index, which is based on data provided by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and covers 227 travel destinations, the passport of Bosnia and Herzegovina is ranked 49th in the world.
The best passports to have at the end of 2019, according to Henley Passport Index, are those of Japan and Singapore (visa-free access to 190 destinations), South Korea (188), Finland (188), Germany (188), Denmark (187), Italy (187), and Luxembourg (187).