The Kremlin responded aggressively to Zelensky’s words about the return of Crimea after the “Scythian gold”

The press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation saw in the words of the President of Ukraine “territorial claims”Zelensky's words were commented on by Peskov / photo - UNIANZelensky’s words were commented on by Peskov / photo – UNIAN

The Kremlin reacted aggressively to the words of the President of Ukraine that now our country has regained the “Scythian gold”, and will soon return the Crimea occupied by the Russian Federation. Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said about the “negative consequences” of Zelensky’s statements. 

It is reported by the Russian edition .

Thus, Peskov warned Ukraine that Zelensky’s words were allegedly “territorial claims” against the Russian Federation. According to the Kremlin spokesman, the intentions of the Ukrainian president to return the occupied Crimea may cause “negative consequences.”

“Of course, the statement about the return of Crimea is currently nothing more than a statement of territorial claims to the Russian Federation. Such statements can have negative consequences,” Peskov said.

The return of “Scythian gold” – what is known

As UNIAN reported earlier, on October 26, the Amsterdam Court of Appeal ruled that the “Scythian gold” belongs to Ukraine . President Volodymyr Zelenskyy commented on this decision as follows:

“We always return ours. First, we will return the Scythian gold,” and then the Crimea, “Zelensky wrote on his Twitter.

On December 14, 2016, the Amsterdam District Court made a decision by which the collection of “Scythian gold” should have been returned to Ukraine, and not to the Crimea occupied by Russia. The subject of the dispute was a collection of 565 museum items provided by the Central Museum of Tavrida, the Kerch Historical and Cultural Reserve, the National Reserve “Chersonesos Tauric” and the Bakhchisaray Historical and Cultural Reserve, which were brought to the Allard Pearson Museum on February 6, 2014 as part of the exhibition ” Crimea. Golden Island in the Black Sea “.

After the occupation of Crimea by Russia, the Dutch side refused to return the exhibits to the Crimean museums, arguing that they had taken them from Ukraine.

The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation insisted on transferring the collection of “Scythian gold” to the ownership of Russia . The contract, which gave the right for the temporary storage of the collection by the Allard Pearson Museum, expired on June 13, 2014, after which, according to the law, these cultural values ​​were considered illegally exported from Ukraine and were subject to return.

(C)UNIAN 2021


  1. Although the Crimea will never return to Ukraine, a fact that doesn’t hurt me at all no more, all stolen property must and will be returned to Ukraine, one way or the other. You should have thought this through, but you were too drunk and too busy fucking Maria. All i can say is: Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

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      • Poland is interesting, too. No filthy muslims involved. Sorry, but my hatred for muslims is stronger than my love for Ukraine. A free world is 100% free of sexism, not even justified by religion. The horrors western women are suffering from MUST END!

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        • The problem with Muslims is they are filled with hate. Hate for everyone except their own sect. If we help one group, the others hate us and want to kill us. Perhaps the best thing to do is leave them alone. Their hate will continue and they will kill each other. The only problem with that method is it doesn’t help the women. If all Muslims acted like the Tartars the world would be a lot better, at least they tolerate Christians.

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  2. Kremkrappers have been promoting the fiction that Nikita Khrushchev, a Ukrainian, (he wasn’t, he was Russian), got drunk one night and signed Krym over to Ukraine. Another lie. It was done for far more prosaic reasons.
    The population was majority Tatar for 600 years until the 1920’s. They are the indigenous people of Crimea and they chose to be Ukrainian. Many fought and died in the voluntary battalions in 2014, before integrating with the regular Ukrainian army.
    When Russia leaves, which it definitely will have to sooner or later, the one million plus Russians illegally installed by the putinazis from 2014 onwards, will also have to leave.
    The same thing will happen in Cyprus.

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    • Kruschev was a typical Russian, and no doubt a mass murderer in his own right.

      “He supported Joseph Stalin’s purges and approved thousands of arrests. In 1938, Stalin sent him to govern the Ukrainian SSR, and he continued the purges there.”

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