World’s 10 most useless and weak passport

10 weakest passports in the world. In this post, you will know about 10 such passport which are weakest, and the stronger the passport, the more you can go to other countries without a visa. India’s passport score is 48, so that we can go to 58 countries without visa.

Some countries have joined this list due to civil war, dictatorship, terrorism and some unstable government. Passport of each country are measured on the Mobility Score scale.

The higher the mobility score, the stronger the passport is considered.

10 most useless and weak passports:

You can see the rank of any passport here.

1. Iraq: 

Iraq is a country in West Asia. Its mobility score is only 27. Iraq is bordered by Iran to the east, Turkey to the north, Saudi Arabia to the south, Kuwait to the south-east, Syria to the west and Jordan to the south-west.

The capital and largest city of Iraq is Baghdad.

Kurds, Turkmens, Iraqis is a country with different ethnic groups including Arabs, Shabakis, Assyrians, Armenians, Yazidis, Circassians, Kavaliyas and Sabian-Mandians.

Of the 38 million citizens in Iraq, about 98% are Muslims. Smaller minorities of Yarsan, Christian, Mandian, and Yazidi also exist. The official languages ​​of Iraq are Kurdish and Arabic.

2. Afghanistan: 

Afghanistan officially the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is a mountainous country in Central and South Asia. It also has a mobility score of only 27. Afghanistan is bordered by Pakistan in the south and east.

Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan in the north; It is bordered by Iran to the west, China to the northeast. 652,000 square kilometers is a country with plains in the south-west and north. Kabul is the capital and largest city of Afghanistan.

The ethnic Tajiks, Pashtuns, Uzbeks and Hazaras of Afghanistan are included and the population is about 32 million. Humans lived in Afghanistan 50,000 years ago.

3. Syria: 

Syria borders Al-Jumh-Asia, Al-Jumh-Asia, South-West Asia. Its mobility score is only 30. Turkey is to the north, the Mediterranean Sea to the west, Jordan to the south, Iraq to the east, and Israel to the south-west.

The capital and largest city of Syria is Damascus. Syria is a country with plains, fertile, desert and high mountains. Syria is also a country with different religious groups and ethnicities.

In which Kurds, Turkmens, majority Syrian Arabs, Circassians, Armenians, Assyrians, Greeks and Mandians are included.

Religious groups in Syria include Christians, Sunnis, Ismailis, Druze, Alavi, Salafi, Yazidis, Shia and Mandian. Sunnis are the largest religious and Arabs are the largest ethnic group. Syria has 14 governorates and a unitary republic.

Syria gained legal independence as a republic on 24 October 1945.

4. Somalia: 

Somalia is a country in the Horn of Africa. Its mobility score is only 31. Somalia is bordered by Djibouti to the northwest, Ethiopia to the west, the Indian Ocean to the east, the Gulf of Aden to the north and Kenya to the southwest.

Somalia has the longest coastline on land in Africa. Due to less rain and monsoon winds in Somalia, the heat remains high. The capital and largest city of Somalia is Mogadishu.

5. Yemen:

Yemen is a country in Western Asia at the southern end of the Arabian Peninsula. Its mobility score is only 32. The second largest Arab sovereign state in the peninsula is spread over 527,970 square kilometers.

The capital of Yemen is the city of Sanaa. The coastline is spread over 2000 kms. Yemen’s executive administration is in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The currency of Yemen is Yemeni Rial (YER).

6. Iran:

Iran is a country in Western Asia. Its mobility score is only 33.

Iran is bordered by the Caspian Sea to the north, and Armenia and Azerbaijan to the northwest, Afghanistan to the east, Turkmenistan to the northeast, the Persian Gulf to the south, Pakistan and the Gulf to the southeast.

Iran has a population of 83 million and is spread over an area of ​​1,648,195 km. Tehran is the capital and largest city of Iran. Iran is one of the oldest civilizations.

Iran consists of Azeris, Persians, Mazandarani, Lur and Kurdish linguistic, religious and ethnic groups. Iran has Islamic theocracy and presidential democracy.

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7. Palestine:

Palestine is in Western Asia. Its mobility score is only 33.

8. Pakistan:

Pakistan is an Islamic country in South Asia. Its mobility score is only 34. Pakistan is the fifth most populous country in the world. The population of Pakistan is more than 225.2 million.

Pakistan has the second largest Muslim population in the world.

Pakistan includes many older cultures such as the Bronze Age Indus Valley Civilization and the 8,500-year-old Neolithic site of Mehrgarh in Balochistan.

Pakistan has 1046 km coastline of Gulf of Oman and Arabian Sea to the south.

Pakistan is bordered by Afghanistan to the west, India to the east, China to the northeast and Iran to the southwest. Pakistan also shares a maritime border with Oman.

Pakistan gained independence from the British in 1947.

9. Myanmar (Burma):

Myanmar is a country in Southeast Asia. Its mobility score is only 37. Myanmar is the largest country in Southeast Asia. It is the 10th largest country in Asia by area.

The capital city of Myanmar is Naypyidaw and the largest city is Yangon (Rangoon). Myanmar got independence in 1948.

Myanmar is bordered by China to the northeast, India and Bangladesh to the northwest, the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea to the south and southwest, Thailand and Laos to the southeast.

10. Eritrea:

Eritrea is a country in East Africa. Its mobility score is only 37. The capital and largest city of Eritrea is in Asmara. Eritrea is bordered by Sudan to the west, Ethiopia to the south and Djibouti to the southeast.

To the east and northeast of Eritrea is the Red Sea with a wide coastline. Eritrea has an area of ​​about 117,600 km and includes several Hanish Islands and the Dahlak Archipelago.

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