Croatian Interior Minister Davor Bozinovic said on Saturday that the ban on crossing the border from third countries, including Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been extended.
“We have extended the measures prohibiting the crossing of the border with third countries. That decision expired yesterday, and today it has been extended,” said Bozinovic at the commemoration of veterans in Dalj in 1991.
He explained that this does not mean a blockade of borders and added that there are certain exceptions under which you can enter Croatia, especially when it comes to transit, reports Avaz.ba.
“However, given the epidemiological situation in the neighborhood, there was no basis to mitigate the measures related to crossing the Croatian state border,” said Bozinovic.