Croatia-Bosnia border

From 1st July, people of Bosnia will not be able to freely enter Croatia just with their identity cards. When Croatia will be a part of the European Union, they will have to implement their visa regime and this means that thing would not be th same for the people of Bosnia.

Under current European Union visa rules, the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina does not need a visa to enter any European Union country if they have a valid biometric passport; but if they does not have it, they have to apply for a visa and rules will be the same from 1st July when going to Croatia, but as per reports the government of the country has applied for a more flexible rules.

Speaking on the government of Croatia's decision to end the deal with Bosnia and Herzegovina on visa less travel, European Union delegation spokesperson stated that such decision was anticipated and in line with Croatia's upcoming accession to the European Union. The European member states will made a decision and Croatia formally approached them on this subject in March. Recently, the states of EU discussed th issue and the Legal Department of the European Union Council will offer its verdict very soon.

Croatia will be the 2nd former Yugoslav nation after Slovenia to be a part of the European Union. In regard of Croatia’s accession, Bosnia and Herzegovina will be the most affected Balkan country and even though Bosnia is a potential candidate for European Union, it will be several years before the nation becomes a full European Union member country.