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Sixteen Local Border Crossings between BiH and Croatia reopened

Sixteen small border crossings between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina that have been closed since April in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus are reopened on Thursday, Hina reports.

After an agreement was reached between the two countries, small border crossings were reopened to facilitate crossings for children who attend schools in Croatia and business and agricultural activities in cross-border regions.
Crossing the border will be conducted in accordance with the agreement and valid legislative regulations, Bosnia’s border police informed.

Residents in the area around Tomislavgrad, Capljina and Ljubuski have protested on several occasions over the past month and called for small border crossings to be reopened so that their children attending schools in Croatia can cross the border more easily.

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