Croatia has lifted its blockade off the border with Serbia after a spat between the longtime Balkan rivals over a migrant surge.
Croatian police said Friday the border is now open “to all traffic without restrictions.”
Serbian interior minister Nebojsa Stefanovic has welcomed Croatia’s decision to reopen the border between them.
He calls it “a great victory for all the citizens of Serbia.”
The two states have traded accusations over how to manage the influx of asylum-seekers, imposing border restrictions on cargo and civilian crossings.
EU officials had called on Croatia to lift the blockade that has cost the two states millions of dollars.
The two nations had traded accusations over how to manage the tens of thousands of migrants crossing their territories to get to Western Europe, imposing border restrictions on cargo and civilian crossings.
EU officials had urged Croatia to lift the blockade that has cost the two nations millions of dollars.
Croatia has accused Serbia of busing migrants to its border instead of channeling them north to Hungary.