According to the Financial Agency (FINA), at the end of September this year, there were 242,827 citizens with blocked bank accounts. The total debt of these nearly quarter of a million citizen’s amounts to 16.76 billion Kuna.
These new figures show that at the end of September this year almost 10 percent of the working-age population in Zagreb had their bank accounts blocked. Indeed, the Croatian capital has the highest amount of citizens in debt, in total 50,724 citizens are in the red and are unable to work with their bank accounts.
In the Split-Dalmatia County, 21,419 citizens were blocked with a total debt of more than 1.45 billion Kuna.