The government of Croatia decided to open its border crossings with Serbia on September 25. The move was made taken after the European Commission demanded an explanation from Zagreb about blocking the border.
Earlier on September 25, the EU Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Commissioner had appealed to the Croatian government to revoke its decision on blocking the border. Such a move would be in the mutual interest of all people in the Western Balkans, Johannes Hahn said in Belgrade.
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