Mitniks have illegally exported archaeological valuables from Ukraine.
About This is reported by RBC-Ukraine with messages sent to the Telegram channel of the State Mitigation Service of Ukraine.
“Today, May 3, a car arrived in the checkpoint control area at the Porubne-Siret checkpoint under the borders of the Ukrainian citizen, which goes straight from Ukraine to Romania in the private right. To pass through the checkpoint control, the person created a “green corridor” for responsive, that it does not move goods that are bound until they are declared,” the report says.
When the Mitniks carried out control, they discovered archaeological objects – elements of horse harness, elements of decoration, equal ridges, household items, elements of Byzantine warehouse.
Pursuant to the laws of Ukraine, items are prohibited from being exported beyond the border territories of Ukraine. A total of 124 archaeological objects were recovered.
” Scythian gold” turn Ukraine
At the beginning of 2014, a collection of “Scythian gold” from a museum in Kiev and several museums in Crimea was sent to an exhibition in Amsterdam. There is a small walk through the fierce serpen at the Allard Pearson Archaeological Museum.
After the occupation of Crimea by the Russian Federation, which happened even after the opening of the exhibition, there was information about those who will turn over the collection – 565 museum objects with a foreign insurance policy of 10 million dollars.
For part of the collection that belongs to the Crimean museums, after the occupation she stated its rights of the Russian Federation. Ukraine on its own side stated that the exhibits cannot be transferred to the occupied territory, which is currently not under Ukrainian control, and may be transferred directly to Ukraine.
At the birth of 2016, District Administrator The Amsterdam Court of Justice recognized Ukraine's rights to collection and decided to transfer it to Kiev. In early 2021, the Amsterdam Court of Appeal confirmed the decision of the first instance court. After that, in the past, “Crimean Museums” filed an appeal against the decision of the Court of Appeal.
However, on the 9th of June, the Supreme Court of the Netherlands upheld the decision on the transfer of “Scythian gold” to Ukraine. Russia was not able to discredit the right to valuables from Crimean museums.
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