As reported by The Copenhagen Post, the Danish check is the responsibility of the carrier, and the Swedish check is a police border control exercise – and both leave travellers sandwiched in the middle.
According to Sweden’s Foreign Minister Anders Ygeman, the process could be streamlined if Danish authorities allowed Swedish police to carry out their checks at the same time as the first check at the airport. But this would mean Swedish police would be operating on Danish soil – something that is not allowed under Danish law.
“The Swedish government is talking with Danish representatives regarding a solution,” Ygeman told News Oresund. “It is a complicated and lengthy process for Denmark to allow Swedish officials to act on Danish soil.” Klicka här för att läsa mer