Dutch Supreme Court to rule on “Scythian gold” on September 15, 2023
PARIS, January 27 – RIA Novosti. The Prosecutor General of the Netherlands believes that “Scythian gold” can be transferred to Ukraine.
The decision of the Dutch Supreme Court says that the decision in this case is tentatively scheduled for September 15, 2023.
After the court ruled that the collection should be transferred to Ukraine, the museums of Crimea appealed against this decision to the Dutch Supreme Court in January 2022. After that, he started the administrative process regarding the sample case.
Located in the Netherlands since 2014, the collection includes unique artifacts from the East Crimean Museum-Reserve, Taurida Central Museum, Bakhchisarai Historical and Cultural Museum-Reserve and Tauric Chersonesus Museum-Reserve.
The collection of nearly 2,000 works was taken to an exhibition at the Allard Pearson Museum in Amsterdam in early February 2014, even before Crimea was reunified with Russia. In August 2014, a museum in the Netherlands decided not to transfer exhibits to Ukraine or the peninsula until the decision of a competent judge or an agreement between the parties was reached.
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