Social networks about the decision on scythian gold
Users of social networks protested the decision of the district court of Amsterdam to pass the collection of Scythian gold Kiev.
“Justice and common sense did not stay in Europe…” – Elena Ilnitskaya writes.
Users perceived a Dutch court decision as the theft of the exhibits at Russia.
“Here and so the Dutch steal for Ukraine Scythian gold from the Crimean museums!” – Alexey Evstigneev writes.
“Dutchmen passed the Crimean gold Anglo-Saxons, more correct, mercenaries of Anglo-Saxons. Looters always are looters” – Victor Miroshkin considers.
Someone of the users believes that Russia, along with some other countries time to establish own international court, decisions must be made honestly.
In addition, according to users, the ” exhibits of the Museum should not be given to exhibitions in Europe.”
Some considered the decision of the Dutch court the EU is trying to have time to make important decisions prior to the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump, who is believed to try to restore relations with Russia.
«It seems to me, in the West, now against Russia are acting according to the rule: “Before an arrival of Trump even flood”?» – Kirill Shishkin writes.
Someone from the user is convinced that the decision of the Dutch court – the evidence that the EU recognized the Russian Peninsula. “If the Dutchmen consider Crimea Ukrainian, gold needs to be returned to Crimea. So, is Crimea nevertheless Russian?..” – Sergey Grunskiy notes.
And some considered that gold is an eternal property of Crimea, regardless of his state accessory.
“…The Scythian gold in Crimea, when there was neither Ukraine nor Russia, and therefore it belongs to the Crimea, even if he is a Chinese Crimea”, – Oleg Zotov is sure.
On Wednesday a circuit court of Amsterdam ruled to give Ukraine scythian gold. During bringing in a verdict of the judge followed that that Crimea is not a country and can not announce your rights for the objects arts.
Crimean museums will appeal against the decision of the Dutch court.
The collection of Scythian gold was removed from the Crimean museums on exhibition in archaeological Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam in early February 2014, before the Crimea reunited with Russia. Total collection of about two thousand artifacts, including not having analogues in the world.
14.12.2016, 14:21 Moscow time.