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The Danish passport is the third most powerful in the world

The Copenhagen Post
January 11th, 2024


Denmark shares third place with Austria, Ireland and the Netherlands. Plus, the Crown Prince only had three days’ notice of the Queen’s abdication, school children may get a new day off on the future King’s birthday, and right wing party Nye Borgerlige is in chaos after trying to dissolve itself.


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The Danish passport gives access to 192 destinations in the world without a visa, or access with a visa on arrival. Photo: Christian Wenande

Denmark shares third place with Austria, Ireland and the Netherlands. Plus, the Crown Prince only had three days' notice of the Queen's abdication, school children may get a new day off on the future King's birthday, and right wing party Nye Borgerlige is in chaos after trying to dissolve itself.

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