Over Crimean gold of the Scythians, caught up in the moment, in the Netherlands, is facing a new threat. According to the chief of the Central Museum of Tauris, in consequence of disputes over territorial belonging of the Crimea Netherlands can leave significant artifacts.
Governor of the Central Museum of Tauris Andrei Malygin told that the story of the return taken at an exhibition in the Netherlands of gold of the Scythians is political in nature and directly related to the Crimean events and crash Boeing in the Donbass. With all of this Kiev and Amsterdam claim that I wish to return the gold to the Peninsula. "But the Ukrainian side insists that this is going to happen later, when Ukraine will resume sovereignty over Crimea. In what direction there will kneel Dutch Tribunal to declare quite difficult", - quotes Malygin "Russian news service".
He added that if Europe starts "it is more realistic to look at these things" and will dominate "intransigence" conditionally political situation in Crimea, the chances that gold will return to their homeland, will decrease. "It's hard for me to explain have not held the decision of the Dutch court, it is likely that the Dutch are the result of disputes around the Crimea will leave this collection by ourselves," added Malygin.
Remember, a collection of Scythian gold - about 2 thousand relics, insured for the sum more than 1,5 million Euro in early 2014 was taken in Amsterdam for the exhibition "Crimea: gold and secrets of the Black sea". Then the Peninsula belonged to the terrain of Ukraine. However, after the referendum, the Allard Pierson Museum in the Netherlands, exhibiting the gold of the Scythians, took the decision not to send the exhibits neither Ukraine nor the Crimea to the decision of the competent judge or agreements between the parties. 4 Crimean Museum has already submitted to the Tribunal of Amsterdam collective lawsuit against the Museum of Pearson, which demanded to fulfill commitments under the contracts and return the collection to the Peninsula.
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