Tag Archives: Denmark

4 December 2013

Syrian chemical weapons to be shipped in Danish-US operation

A Danish cargo vessel is due to load Syria’s chemical arms stockpile and transfer it to a US ship in early January 2014. The plan, which has not yet been finalised, has been drawn up by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

The Guardian reports that it is not yet clear whether the transfer between the two ships of about 500 tonnes of lethal chemicals, including nerve agents, will be done at sea or when both vessels are docked, and that both options have serious challenges. So far, no Mediterranean port has agreed to host the transfer on land.

Source: The Guardian | Syria's chemical weapons to be shipped in delicate US-Danish operation

3 May 2012

Danish Commission of Inquiry on Danish involvement in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan

The Danish Government has decided to appoint a Commission of Inquiry on the Danish involvement in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Commission also has to examine the practice of detention and transfers of prisoners in Afghanistan by Danish forces.

Source: EJIL:Talk! | Denmark Establishes a Commission of Inquiry into the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan

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