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The decision on the Butrint case, the well-known activist reacts: The court should preserve the national wealth

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While waiting for the decision of the Constitutional Court on the decision taken on the case of Butrint, the former director of this national park, Auron Tare, raises some concerns.

Through a reaction on the Facebook social network, Tare emphasizes that the concession of Butrint to a foreign Fund constitutes a risk to culture and national identity.

Among other things, he emphasizes that he hopes that the Court will give the right decision and not create precedents that our descendants will demand the return of Butrint through the diplomatic offices of the world, just as Greece is today demanding the Acropolis Statues.

Tara's full post:

"We think that these sculptures belong to Greece and that they were basically stolen.)

KYRIAKOS MITSOTAKIS, PRIME MINISTER of Greece

NPR, America's National Radio, devoted a long program to the latest cultural conflict between Greece and Great Britain over the issue of the Acropolis Statues, known as the "Elgin Marbles". These Statues taken from the Acropolis of Athens 200 years ago during the Ottoman period by Lord Elgin and preserved today in the British Museum have long been a hot point of debate between the two countries.

The Greek Prime Minister, who raised the issue of their return to Greece in an interview with the BBC during his visit to London, emphasized that "this legitimate request was the request of 11 million Greek citizens" thus creating a diplomatic storm and causing his official visit to be interrupted. This diplomatic conflict between two traditional allies over a cultural heritage issue clearly shows the high sensitivity of the Greek public as well as the importance for its solution with the return of these ancient statues to the Acropolis. Greece, for decades, has continued its diplomatic efforts to correct a historical, cultural and sovereign right, showing the high sensitivity for its Cultural Heritage.

Meanwhile, its neighbor Albania, a country equally rich in cultural heritage and equally well-known in ancient history, undertakes one of the most unprecedented acts and without any world precedent in the field of Cultural Heritage. The Albanian Government and Parliament decided by majority vote to grant the Ancient City of Butrint to a foreign fund to administer and inherit one of our most important national assets.

This violation of the right of the Albanian nation to administer and inherit its cultural heritage contradicts all legal acts in the field of Cultural Heritage as well as the Paris Convention for which our State has the obligation to implement. But above all, it contradicts the national morality and sensibility, considering the Albanians as a barbaric people who have no connection with their past, and property with universal values ??like Butrint belongs to foreigners to enjoy.

Tomorrow, November 30, is the day when the Constitutional Court will give its decision on this very unique and highly sensitive cultural issue. Hoping that there are still people left in Albania who love this country and considering the giving of Butrint to a foreign entity as a danger to culture and national identity, I hope that the Court will give the right decision and not create a dangerous precedent that our descendants will demand the return of Butrint through the diplomatic offices of the world, just as Greece today demands the Acropolis Statues.