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Russia denounced on Wednesday a "Hazardous Previous" and announced the opening of an investigation to estimate its prejudice after the decision of the Dutch justice to make Ukraine archaeological treasures of Crimea played between Moscow and Kiev.
"This is a very dangerous precedent that weighs the trust between the museum communities of the different countries and questions the prospects for cooperation between the museums of Russia and the Netherlands," said the spokesman in a communiqué. Russian diplomacy, Maria Zakharova. "We hoped until the last moment that the cultural field, at least, would remain outside the policy," she added by denouncing a "regrettable" and "politically motivated" decision.
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The Russian Investigation Committee, in charge of the main criminal cases, for its part announced in a statement the opening of an investigation to make "an appropriate assessment of the violation of the interests of Russia" in this file which lasts Since 2014. This procedure will be under the responsibility of its Crimean antenna and will aim to establish in collaboration with the Russian diplomacy the circumstances "of the non-return" of this archaeological treasure. The Russian Ministry of Culture has denounced a violation of international law.
The Court of Appeal of Amsterdam ordered Tuesdayof a collection of an invaluable value of archaeological objects, loaned by the Crimea to a museum of Amsterdam before the annexation of this peninsula by Moscow and retained since .
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This rich collection composed of nearly 2,000 objects dating from the second century of our era to the High Middle Ages, had been temporarily transferred to the Allard Pierson Museum by four museums of Crimea shortly before the annexation of March 2014 by Russia. The four museums of Crimea then launched a lawsuit to force the Allard Pierson Museum to make the collection.
In 2016, a Dutch court felt that these objects were to be returned to, stressing that Crimea was not considered an autonomous State. Crimean museums had appealed this decision. The case could now be brought to the Supreme Court of the Netherlands. The Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky welcomed Tuesday of a "victory" and assured that his country "will recover the Crimea" as well. The Kremlin spokesman, Dmitri Peskov, warned him on Wednesday that such statements could have "negative consequences".
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The leader of Crimea, Sergei Akissionov, assured that the Russian authorities will do "all their possible for the collection to come home". Tuesday, he had denounced a "scandalous, unjust and illegal" decision and implicated the "partiality of the European courts".
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