The district court of Amsterdam moved the date of pronouncement of the verdict on the connection to the disposition of Scythian gold authorities of Ukraine and the Netherlands on April 8, the court need more time for a decision on the issue, said Fins news court authorized Fatima El Hariri (Fatima El Gueriri).
at the end of November, it was announced that four of the Crimean Museum sued Amsterdam collective action against the Allard Pierson Museum, which demanded to fulfill contractual obligations and return a collection of Scythian gold from the Netherlands in the Crimea. The exhibits also claims the Ukrainian side.
"Today's decision will not. The judge set a new date for the verdict, 8 April, " said Hariri. By its terms, the court postponed the announcement of the verdict due to the fact that " the court need more time for decision ".
A group of Ukrainian people's deputies introduced colleagues about the project application to the authorities of the Netherlands on the return to Ukraine of Scythian gold, brought from the Crimea to the reunification of the Peninsula with Russia in the archaeological Allard Pierson Museum.
The collection of Scythian gold, more than 1,000 artifacts, was removed from the Crimean museums on Exhibition "Crimea: the gold and the secrets of the Black sea" in the archaeological Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam in early February 2014, even before the Crimea reunited with Russia..