The passport's colours have meanings.
Have you ever noticed that each country's passport is a different color - red, blue, green, or black? Passports can be defined by one of these four colors and their various shades. Burgundy is appropriate in Europe as a result of an agreement reached in the 1980s. However, some countries have chosen red to represent communism. The color blue is associated with the "New World" and is used on passports from the United States to India. Green, which is culturally associated with the Muslim religion, has been chosen as a passport color by the Maghreb and Middle Eastern countries. Black, a rarer color, appears on the passports of several Sub-Saharan African countries in reference to the African continent, but it