CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE USE, STOCKPILING, PRODUCTION AND TRANSFER OF
ANTI-PERSONNEL MINES AND ON THEIR DESTRUCTION

Reporting Formats for Article 7


STATE [Party/Signatory]: Denmark
Date of Submission: 27 August 1999



Article 7.1 "Each State Party shall report to the Secretary-General ... on:
a) The national implementation measures referred to in Article 9."

Remark: In accordance with Article 9, "Each State Party shall take all appropriate legal, administrative and other measures, including the imposition of penal sanctions, to prevent and suppress any activity prohibited to a State Party under this Convention undertaken by persons or on territory under its jurisdiction or control".


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from/for --- to various dates


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from ______ to 27 August 1999

Measures
Supplementary information (e.g., effective date of implementation & text of legislation attached).
No legal, administrative and other measures in addition to the legal, administrative and other measures already in force have been deemed necessary to comply with the Convention.



Article 7. 1 "Each State Party shall report to the Secretary-General ... on:
b) The total of all stockpiled anti-personnel mines owned or possessed by it, or under its jurisdiction or control, to include a breakdown of the type, quantity and, if possible, lot numbers of each type of anti-personnel mine stockpiled."


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from/for --- to various dates


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from ______ to 18 August 1999

Type
Quantity
Lot # (if possible)
Supplementary information
APM M/47
1
502-AMA-78 *)
APM M/56
119
508-AMA-81 **)

509-AMA-81 **)

515-AMA-81 **)

APM M/58
4,962
E-AAR-1-30
APM M/66
1
IWK-01-66
TOTAL
5,083
Notes:

*) The APM have been given a new LOT-NO during maintenance at the Ammunition Arsenal in 1978.

**) The APM are not produced by the Ammunition Arsenal. The APM have been given a new LOT-NO during maintenance at the Ammunition Arsenal in 1981



Article 7.1 "Each State Party shall report to the Secretary-General ... on:
c) To the extent possible, the location of all mined areas that contain, or are suspected to contain, anti-personnel mines under its jurisdiction or control, to include as much detail as possible regarding the type and quantity of each type of anti-personnel mine in each mined area and when they were emplaced."


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from/for --- to various dates


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from June 1945 to August 1999

1. Areas that contain mines


Location
Type
Quantity
Date of emplacement
Supplementary information
See next page text.PDF


2. Areas suspected to contain mines


Location
Type
Quantity
Date of emplacement
Supplementary information
See maps annexed maps.jpg



Article 7.1 "Each State Party shall report to the Secretary-General ... on:
d) The types, quantities and, if possible, lot numbers of all anti-personnel mines retained or transferred for the development of and training in mine detection, mine clearance or mine destruction techniques, or transferred for the purpose of destruction, as well as the institutions authorized by a State Party to retain or transfer anti-personnel mines, in accordance with Article 3"


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from/for --- to various dates


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from ______ to 18 August 1999

1. Retained for development of and training in (Article 3, para.1)


Institution authorized by State Party
Type
Quantity
Lot # (if possible)
Supplementary information
Chief of Defence Denmark Army Material Command
APM M/56
60
508-AMA-81For development by Danish Defence Research Establishment.
Army Operational Command

Army Material Command

APM M/58
4,931
E-AAR-1-30For training in minedetection.
TOTAL
-------------------------
4,991
2. Transferred for development of and training in (Article 3, para.1)


Institution authorized by State Party
Type
Quantity
Lot # (if possible)
Supplementary information
e.g. transferred from, transferred to
Army Operational Command

Army Material Command

APM M/47
1
502-AMA-78 *)
To Engineer Regiment Denmark: 1 EA #)
Army Operational Command

Army Material Command

APM M/56
59
509-AMA-81 **)

515-AMA-81 **)

To Engineer Regiment Denmark: 2 EA #)

To Support Service Regiment Denmark: 57 EA #)

Army Operational Command

Army Material Command

APM M/58
31
E-AAR-1-30
To Engineer Regiment Denmark: 24 EA #)

To North Jutland Artillery Regiment Denmark : 5 EA #)

To Queens Life Regiment Denmark: 2 EA #)

Army Operational Command

Army Material Command

APM M/66
1
IWK-01-66
To Engineer Regiment Denmark: 1 EA #)
TOTAL
---------------------
92
Notes:

*) The APM have been given a new LOT-NO during maintenance at the Ammunition Arsenal in 1978.
**) The APM are not produced by the Ammunition Arsenal. The APM have been given a new LOT-NO during maintenance at the Ammunition Arsenal in 1981.
#) All stocks might have been transferred before the Danish Government decision on 23 May 1996 to ban the use anti-personnel mines in the Danish defence.


3. Transferred for the purpose of destruction (Article 3, para.2)

after the Danish Government decision on 23 May 1996 to ban the use anti-personnel mines in the Danish defence

Institution authorized by State Party
Type
Quantity
Lot # (if possible)
Supplementary information
e.g. transferred from, transferred to
Army Material Command
APM M/47
97,095
Not possibleFrom Army Depot Area to Ammunition Arsenal.
Army Material Command
APM M/56
102,372
Not possibleFrom Army Depot Area to Ammunition Arsenal.
Army Material Command
APM M/58
54,280
Not possibleFrom Army Depot Area to Ammunition Arsenal.
Army Material Command
APM M/66
12,770
Not possibleFrom Army Depot Area to Ammunition Arsenal.
TOTAL
---------------
266,517



Article 7.1 "Each State Party shall report to the Secretary-General ... on:
e) The status of programs for the conversion or de-commissioning of anti-personnel mine production facilities."


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from/for --- to various dates


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from _______ to 18 August 1999

Indicate if to "convert" or "decommission"
Status (indicate if "in process" or "completed")
Supplementary information

The Ammunition Arsenal has not produced Anti-personnel mines for the last 35 years.



Article 7.1 "Each State Party shall report to the Secretary-General ... on:
f) The status of programs for the destruction of anti-personnel mines in accordance with Articles 4 and 5, including details of the methods which will be used in destruction, the location of all destruction sites and the applicable safety and environmental standards to be observed."


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from/for --- to various dates


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from _______ to 18 August 1999

1. Status of programs for destruction of stockpiled APMs (Article 4)


Description of the status of programs including:Details of:
Location of destruction sites

-Ammunition Arsenal, Elling, Denmark,

-Entsorgungs-Betriebsgesellschaft mbH, Leipzig, Germany

DISASSEMBLING, BURNING AND CHEMICAL DESTRUCTION Methods
NATIONAL-AND NATO-REQUIREMENTSApplicable safety standards
NATIONAL-AND EU-REQUIREMENTSApplicable environmental standards


2. Status of programs for destruction of APMs in mined areas (Article 5)


Description of the status of programs including:Details of:
Location of destruction sitesMethods
Applicable safety standards
Applicable environmental standards



Article 7.1 "Each State Party shall report to the Secretary-General ... on:
g) The types and quantities of all anti-personnel mines destroyed after the entry into force of this Convention for that State Party, to include a breakdown of the quantity of each type of anti-personnel mine destroyed, in accordance with Articles 4 and 5, respectively, along with, if possible, the lot numbers of each type anti-personnel mine in the case of destruction in accordance with Article 4"


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from/for --- to various dates


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from _______ to 18 August 1999

1. Destruction of stockpiled APMs (Article 4)


Type
Quantity
Lot # (if possible)
Supplementary information
APM M/47
97,095
Not possible Destruction completed
APM M/56
102,372
Not possible Destruction completed before the end of 1999 *)
APM M/58
54,280
Not possible Destruction completed before the end of 1999*)
APM M/66
12,770
Not possible Destruction completed before the end of 1999*)
TOTAL
266,517
*) The separation is completed. The explosives will be destructed before the end of 1999.

2. Destruction of APMs in mined areas (Article 5)


Type
Quantity
Supplementary information
TOTAL



Article 7.1 "Each State Party shall report to the Secretary-General ... on:
h) The technical characteristics of each type of anti-personnel mine produced, to the extent known, and those currently owned or possessed by a State Party, giving, where reasonably possible, such categories of information as may facilitate identification and clearance of anti-personnel mines; at a minimum, this information shall include the dimensions, fusing, explosive content, metallic content, colour photographs and other information which may facilitate mine clearance"


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from/for --- to various dates


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from _______ to 18 August 1999

1. Technical characteristics of each APM-type produced


Type
Dimensions
Fusing
Explosive
content
Metallic
content
Colour photo attached
Supplementary information to facilitate mine clearance.
type
grams
APM M/47150x65x50Fuze M/47.TRINITRO-
TOLUOL
(TNT)
or Tetryl
200YesYes M47.jpg-Danish design
-Triggered by tread (12 kg)
-Can be booby trapped
-Colour: Brown (Bakelite)
APM M/58Ø 56x41Fuze integrated in mineTetryl30NoYes M58.jpg-American Design (Mine, AP, NMM14)
-Triggered by tread (6-7 kg)
-Colour: Olive (Plastic)


2. Technical characteristics of each APM-type currently owned or possessed


Type
Dimensions
Fusing
Explosive
content
Metallic
content
Colour photo attached
Supplementary information to facilitate mine clearance.
type
grams
APM M/56Ø 70x35

Armed: Ø70x52

Fuse M/56TRINITRO-
TOLUOL
(TNT)
or Tetryl
50 or 60NoYes M56.jpg-Produced in France (MINE APID 51)
-Triggered by tread (5-20kg)
-Color: Olive (Plastic)
APM M/66Ø 102x136

Armed:

Ø 102x200

Fuze M/66TRINITRO-
TOLUOL
(TNT)
or Tetryl
500/20YesYes M66.jpg-Produced in Germany (Schutzen mine DM 31)
-„Jump“ mine
-Triggered by Wire (7,5 kg)
-Colour: Olive (Plastic)

Photographs annexed



Article 7.1 "Each State Party shall report to the Secretary-General ... on:
i) The measures taken to provide an immediate and effective warning to the population in relation to all areas identified under paragraph 2 of Article 5."

Remark: In accordance with Article 5, para.2: "Each State Party shall make every effort to identify all areas under its jurisdiction or control in which anti-personnel mines are known or suspected to be emplaced and shall ensure as soon as possible that all anti-personnel mines in mined areas under its jurisdiction or control are perimeter-marked, monitored and protected by fencing or other means, to ensure the effective exclusion of civilians, until all anti-personnel mines contained therein have been destroyed. The marking shall at least be to the standards set out in the Protocol on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Mines, Booby-Traps and Other Devices, as amended on 3 May 1996, annexed to the Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May Be Deemed to Be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects".


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from/for --- to various dates


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from ______ to 27 August 1999

Today signs marking the mine danger are placed, at the few entrances to the area. The marking etc. will be examined and if necessary renewed, when the reliable mapping and planning have been accomplished.



Remark: States Parties may use this form to report voluntarily on other relevant matters, including matters pertaining to compliance and implementation not covered by the formal reporting requirements contained in Article 7. States Parties are encouraged to use this form to report on activities undertaken with respect to Article 6, and in particular to report on assistance provided for the care and rehabilitation, and social and economic reintegration, of mine victims.


State [Party]: Denmark reporting for time period from/for --- to various dates