Serbia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has put out a warning to its citizens who are thinking about travelling to Croatia. The Ministry has even created a black list of Croatian cities that it advises Serbs to avoid, reports Vecernji list.
The Croatian cities listed that the Serbian Ministry say might pose a threat to the safety of its citizens are Split, Knin, Zagreb, Osijek, Vukovar, Sisak, Zadar, Sibenik and Dubrovnik. It says that travelling by bus with Serbian licence plates through those cities should be avoided.
The Ministry goes on to say that if travel to those places is unavoidable, then cars should only be parked in secure parking lots. Serb citizens should also avoid discussing political issues, especially recent issues, says portal EurActiv.sr.