Sweden And Denmark To Expand Police Cooperation
At a bilateral meeting in Stockholm, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, together with his Swedish counterpart Stefan Löfven, announced strengthening of cooperation between the law enforcement agencies of Denmark and Sweden.
The countries will create the so-called Joint Analytical Group, in which information will be exchanged. According to Head of the Danish government, the group is called upon to create a base for further investigations and operational actions in Denmark and Sweden.
“The safety of citizens is a priority for our government. It’s unacceptable for us that organized crime creates problems on both sides of the Oresund,” Mette Frederiksen added.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, in turn, said: “Crime is a cross-border problem, and we intend to solve it. “We must continue to fight organized gangs, and the Swedish government intends to use all available means.”