A ranking of the world's most powerful passports has Greece in position number seven, according to the company that puts together the global index.
The Passport Index, compiled by consultants Arton Capital, ranks national passports by the cross-border access they bring, assigning a "visa-free score", according to the number of countries a passport holder can visit visa free.
Greece's passport is on par with Australia's and New Zealand's. Singapore topped the list, followed by Germany. The US passport fell to sixth position after Donald Trump took office and Turkey and the Central African Republic revoked their visa-free status to US passport holders.