A dispute erupted between Serbia and Croatia after 50,000 migrants entered Croatia from Serbia in the space of a week. Croatia responded to the entry of migrants by shutting off all but one of its border crossings with Serbia. Serbia then banned imports of all Croatian goods, with Croatia subsequently barring entry to all vehicles with a Serbian licence plate. Following emergency negotiations on 25 September 2015, Croatia lifted the blockade of its border and Serbia indicated that it would lift the embargo on Croatian goods.
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Serbia and Croatia: sanctions dispute over migrant crisis
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