Stockholm-Kopengag train service stopped: Danish Prime Minister Lars Lökke Rasmussen announced that they have started passport and identity checks on the German border to control the refugee crisis.
Danish Prime Minister Lars Lökke Rasmussen announced that they have started passport and identity checks at the German border to control the refugee crisis.
At a press conference, Rasmussen said that at 12.00:XNUMX local time, Danish border forces started passport and identity checks on trains, buses and ferries from Germany to control the refugee crisis.
Prime Minister Rasmussen said that asylum-seekers from Germany who were stopped at the border will not be accepted.
Sweden, which aims to control the number of asylum seekers, has launched passport and identity checks on the Danish border today. Swedish Infrastructure Minister Anna Johansson reported that companies carrying passengers by bus, ferry and trains from Denmark to Sweden will impose a fine of 600 euros per passenger if it is found out that they are not checking.
The Swedish railway company SJ has decided to stop Denmark flights from today. The Swedish railway company SJ, who made a statement to AA on the subject, sözcüSu Malin Hultgren said that the government has stopped the Stockholm-Kopengag flights from today, as the government "puts" the Denmark-Sweden identity check on SJ employees on December 17th.
Stating that they do not have the authority to control the identity and passport of the passengers coming from Denmark, Hultgren said that if their companies check their identity, they will lose both time and money, "We will not restart the trips until the government changes its decision."
Hultgren said that those who want to go to Denmark by train can travel from the cities of Malmö and Helsingborg to Öresundstagen with the Skone railway company, which operates a 20-minute trip to Copenhagen.
Günceleme: 07/12/2018 18:20