Serbia and Croatia in worst row since the end of war

The ongoing refugees’ crisis has affected relations between Serbia and Croatia, causing them to deteriorate to the lowest level since the war in Croatia was ended in 1995.

Claiming that Belgrade and Budapest have conspired to direct all refugees to Croatia, Zagreb’s first step was to block trucks from Serbia from crossing the border.

After talks failed, Serbia responded by prohibiting imports of Croatian goods, starting today at midnight. Finally, the cabinet of Croatia’s Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic banned both cars with Serbian plates and Serbian nationals from entering Croatia.

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic called the latest Croatian move “madness”, adding that Serbia will not take any counter-measures.

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