Nepal's passport is among the weakest in the world-weaker than North Korea's
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Kathmandu, Jan. 13 -- Nepal has one of the weakest passports in the world, according to numerous organisations that track passport strength. On the recently released Henley Passport Index, Nepal was ranked 101st out of 107 countries, a position it has occupied since 2018. This is on par with Palestine and below countries like North Korea, South Sudan and Kosovo.
The Henley Passport Index is based on data from the International Air Transport Association and research by the Henley and Partners Research Department.
Though the ranking should not come as a surprise to many Nepalis who have attempted international travel, this poor standing is a cause for concern, especially since Nepal is no longer in the midst of a conflict, has not been in...
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