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The Pakistani citizens are holding the second worst passport in the world, while Afghan citizens are carrying the worst, according to the latest visa restrictions index update by a London-based consulting firm.
It puts six other South Asian countries ahead of the two neighbors.
According to the visa restrictions index update, Pakistan has been at 103rd place which is just one point above Afghanistan, and 1 point lower than Iraq.
The 2016 index update by Henley & Partners attempts to quantify the power of passports based on the judgments of the top passports in the world by the amount of visa-free travel they entitle their owner to.
China has been placed at 87th rank despite being a world economic power, while India has been placed ahead of China at the 85th ranking.
Among GCC countries, UAE tops with world ranking of 38, and Saudi Arabia at 69th ranking.
Among non-GCC countries in the Middle East, Turkey tops with world ranking of 51st.
See bottom of the page for methodology used by Henley & Partners to evaluate 199 countries whose citizens travel worldwide.
The only countries listed below Pakistan and Afghanistan are South Sudan and Palestinian territories, according to the index update, with South Sudan being the youngest sovereign state in the world and Palestinian territories less diplomatically recognized by countries in the West.