The Danish government announced on Thursday, October 10, that it would increase security controls along its border with Sweden beginning on November 12. Denmark's Justice Minister Nick Haekkerup said the decision was made in an effort to clamp down on cross-border crime. Swedes are suspected to be behind several attacks in Copenhagen this year.
A heightened security presence, increased checkpoints, transportation delays, and processing delays are to be expected on the Øresund Bridge, which connects Denmark to Sweden
Individuals in the affected areas are advised to anticipate a greater security presence, adhere to instructions issued by local authorities, and minimize movement at or near the affected borders.
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