The heightened effort at the internal Danish borders is maintained based on the recommendation of the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET), as stated by the National Police (Rigspolitiet).
The heightened effort was initiated on August 3rd and is expected to be upheld until August 22nd.
This entails, among other things, that random border checks upon entry from Sweden will continue, and that border control with Germany will remain intensified during this period.
-“The continuation of the heightened effort at the border is a security measure aimed at preventing individuals who pose a threat to the country’s security from entering. This includes not only the actual checks but also the preventive aspect of the risk of being intercepted during a check,” informs Chief Police Inspector Peter Ekebjærg of the National Police.
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