PET: Denmark's biggest threat is Sweden

PET: Denmark's biggest threat is Sweden
The Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET) has told Danish Radio, DR, that Denmark’s biggest terror threat lies in neighbouring Sweden, The Copenhagen Post reports.

The Swedish intelligence bureau Säpo recently warned that Sweden is harbouring thousands of extremists. In contrast, PET received only 62 reports of radical asylum-seekers in Denmark in 2016, according to a Ministry of Justice email accessed by DR.

Säpo: Thousands of radical Islamists in Sweden

Experts stress that this is proportionally a low figure and that most of the reports – from asylum centres mainly – probably amounted to very little, and some concerned the same individuals.

Swedish police: Help us, help us

Only a bridge divides the Danish capital Copenhagen and Swedish Malmö.

Also the Norwegians are concerned over the developments in Sweden:

Norwegian asylum-doctor: Build a border fence against Sweden now!

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