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UNESCO Executive Board decides on monitoring of cultural heritage in Crimea

“The UNESCO Executive Board has just made an important decision concerning the Crimea. This is an opportunity to set the monitoring mission and to struggle for the educational rights, science, protection of cultural heritage in Crimea, including the Khan’s Palace,” the Foreign Minister said
22:19, 11 April 2018

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The UNESCO Executive Board made a decision concerning Crimea, which gives an opportunity to start a monitoring mission in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, as Pavlo Klimkin, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine, wrote on Twitter.

“The UNESCO Executive Board has just made an important decision concerning the Crimea. This is an opportunity to set the monitoring mission and to struggle for the educational rights, science, protection of cultural heritage in Crimea, including the Khan’s Palace,” the Foreign Minister said.

“We will not let the occupational authority to plunder and destroy the Ukrainian heritage!” Klimkin concluded.

As it was reported earlier, the Crimea’s Prosecutor’s Office informed that the occupational authorities have illegally nationalized 4,000 objects of Ukraine’s heritage. Ukraine lost around $39 trillion.

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