The struggle for the return of the exhibits of the exhibition “Crimea: Gold and secrets of the Black sea” in Amsterdam will continue regardless of the decision of the Dutch court, which will be taken on Wednesday, December 14. About it told journalists the head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov, reports TASS.
“We fight for the right of Crimea to claim the exhibits will not leave, will continue together with the Ministry of foreign Affairs, the Ministry of culture of the Russian Federation. Position legal built, how it will develop — it’s hard to say. We will do everything possible,” he said.
3 December it was reported that the Ukrainian court sent to Interpol the arrest of the exhibition of Scythian gold in Amsterdam. Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea, Georgy Muradov on the same day stated that the decision on supplies of exhibits must take a Dutch court.
Dispute about the ownership of the exhibition Kiev and Simferopol are in 2014, after the Crimea became part of Russia. Then in the Allard Pierson Museum in the Netherlands, which hosted the exhibition, said that the problem will be resolved by agreement of the parties or order of a competent judge. However, in autumn 2014 part of the collection is still handed over to Kiev. The response was a collective complaint by the administration of the four museums of the Peninsula.