The Netherlands has become the latest European Union country to lift work restrictions on Croatian workers.
After the United Kingdom announced that from the 1st of July Croatian workers would no longer require a work permit the Netherlands has become the next open country for Croatians. The government of the Netherlands announced on Friday that they would instruct the European Commission that they would not extend the ban on Croatian workers for a further two years.
Croatian become a full member of the European Union in 2013 and the Netherlands, along with the UK, applied a five-year restriction on Croatians coming for work purposes. Immediately after receiving the news the Croatian government responded in kind and lifted any work restrictions on Dutch citizens in Croatia.