On July 18, 2019, the Danish Embassy in Warsaw received information along with evidence of the disappearance of chemical weapons and Poland’s violation of the Chemical Weapons Convention.
A week later, on July 25, 2019, about the disappearance of weapons of mass destruction in the form of about 5 kg. The Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen, was informed about the threat it poses to the inhabitants of the EU.
On August 15, 2019, Danish Prime Minister MetteFrederiksen and the Danish Embassy in Warsaw received information that the behavior of Polish politicians, prosecutors or judges probably exhausted the features of an attempted use of weapons of mass destruction prohibited by internationallaw with a possible intention.
The Danish authorities have been informed on many occasions about the threat posed to the security of the entire EU by the missing and still not found weapons of mass destruction. And so, the information and the evidence were provided to:
– Mette Frederiksen, Prime Minister of Denmark again (15thof September 2019)
– Danish law enforcement agencies responsible for prosecuting serious international crimes (13th of November 2019): Niels Erik Tranberg (konsulent politi, fagkoordinator, Den Internationale Gruppe, Detective Chief Inspector), Michael Hagfors (overassistent), Veronica Bovin (kontorelev)
– Danish intelligence services Politiets Efterretningstjeneste(PET) and Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste (FE) (5th ofDecember 2019)
– again Danish prime minister Mette Frederiksen, Danish prosecutor’s office, again Danish special services PolitietsEfterretningstjeneste (PET) and ForsvaretsEfterretningstjeneste (FE) (18th of February 2020) with a request for protection from the Danish intelligence service (then they also received information that probably several dozen kg. chemical weapons were buried in Gdynia, Oksywie)
– once again Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen and the Danish police – together with an application for protection by the police (19th of February 2019)
– Danish police, with a second application for protection by the police (6th of March 2020)
– Danish Minister of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs Simon Kollerup (18th of March 2020), who is responsible for coordinating work with the OPCW to prevent the proliferation of chemical weapons.
So why has the Danish government, led by Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, abandoned any action? For example, warning public opinion about the threat posed by lost and still not found chemical weapons.
Has Denmark reported to the OPCW that it has chemical weapons?
To understand the inaction of the Danish authorities (probable motivation), it is necessary to establish whether Denmark complies with international obligations and notifies the OPCW of any chemical weapons being caught from the Baltic Sea.
From publicly available sources of information, we can learn that Danish fishermen have repeatedly caught old, post-German chemical weapons from the Baltic Sea.
According to my information, Denmark, along with Poland, violates the Convention on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and conceals from the public and the OPCW that it has chemical weapons.
Consequence of violations by Poland and Denmark of the Chemical Weapons Convention
In accordance with the Convention, states undertook to prohibit, inter alia, the collection, production, disposal or research of chemical weapons under the threat of criminal liability. It is worth noting that performing state functions in no way exempts you from responsibility.
In addition to violating international law, serious economic sanctions may be imposed on Poland and Denmark.
The international community cannot allow Poland and Denmark to violate international law. How entire states and individuals were treated for possession of weapons of mass destruction can be seen in Iraq (2003) and Syria.
The question remains, what are Poland and Denmark doing with chemical weapons?