Some good news coming our way. Apparently, Kuwait’s passposrt is the best visa-free document in the Arab world. Kuwaiti citizens have to most access to countries of all the Arab nationals. It is in the lead at 72 visa-free countries. “Visa restrictions for GCC citizens relaxed in the last 12 months with each of the Gulf states receiving visa-free travel to one more country, according to a new report.
The six Gulf states all moved up one position in the Henley & Partners visa restriction index with Kuwaiti passport holders topping the list of GCC countries with citizens about to travel to 72 countries and territories freely.
Globally, Kuwait ranked joint 62nd alongside Marshall Islands and Papua New Guinea, up from 61st the previous year. UAE passport holders are the second freest Gulf state with access to 70 countries followed by Qatar (67), Bahrain (66), Oman (61) and Saudi Arabia (59).
Other Arab countries continue to lag behind with Iraqi passport holders the most restricted with access to just 30 countries, just behind Somalia and Afghanistan.””
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