A Serbian national living in France has spent two days in the ‘international zone’ at Pula Airport in Croatia after Croatian officials refused her entry into the country when she arrived with a passport from a country that does not exist, reports daily Novi list.
The 63-year-old women was travelling on a Serbia and Montenegro passport, a country which has not exisited since 2006. The women’s passport was issued by the consulate in Paris in 2010 and was valid up intil 2020. Police detained the women before a returning flight to Paris was due to leave Pula Airport. The daily reports however, that evenutally on humanitarian grounds the women was allowed to enter Croatia where she has family.