The application, implementation and supervision of the application of restrictive measures are regulated by the Law on Restrictive Measures ("Official Gazette", No. 133/2023), which entered into force on November 15, 2023.
Restrictive measures may be restrictions on the disposal of assets, prohibition of entry into the state territory of the Republic of Croatia or prohibition of transit through the state territory of the Republic of Croatia, total or partial termination of economic relations, total or partial restriction of trade, import, export, transit, provision of services and postal traffic, electronic, traffic and other communications, embargo on weapons and military equipment, termination of diplomatic relations and other measures in line with international and European law.
Until the adoption of by-laws based on the Act on Restrictive Measures, the by-law adopted on the basis of the Act on International Restrictive Measures shall apply, namely the Decision on the manner maintaining a collection of data on international restrictive measures, natural and legal persons and other entities to which the restrictive measures apply ("Official Gazette", No. 78/2011). Obliged entities have at their disposal EU Best Practices for the effective implementation of restrictive measures.
An interactive map of the countries under the sanctions regimes of the United Nations and the European Union is available on the website of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.
Information on the entry into force of restrictive measures, valid sanctions lists of the United Nations Security Council and the European Union, as restrictive measures of other international organizations that bind the Republic of Croatia in accordance with international law, and measures adopted by the Government's decision on the proposal of the ministry responsible for foreign affairs are available at the following link: MVEP - Restrictive measures.