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The clash with Greece, Prime Minister Sunak reacts again and makes it clear to Athens: the sculptures of the Parthenon will remain in the British Museum
Written by SOT.COM.AL 1 Dhjetor 2023
The British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak edne does not give up his position on the Parthenon sculptures that remain in the British Museum. He referred to the 1963 law that prohibits the removal of objects from the London institution's collection. According to The Guardian , on the plane to the COP28 summit in Dubai, Sunak was asked by the journalists accompanying him about this issue and emphasized:
"It is clear as a matter of law that the sculptures cannot be returned and we have been convinced of that. I think the British Museum website itself says that in order to receive the loan the recipient must recognize the legal ownership of the lending country and I don't think the Greeks have shown they are in any way willing to do that. Our view and position on this is absolutely clear: the marbles were purchased legally at that time," said Sunak.
A spokesman for Starmer said his potential prime ministership "will not spend any time legislating on this matter" but that it "would not stand in the way" of a mutually beneficial agreement between the museum and Athens.
Starmer said: "The Greek Prime Minister came to London to meet him, a fellow NATO member, an economic ally, one of our most important partners in tackling illegal immigration. But instead of using that meeting to discuss those serious issues, he tried to humiliate her and canceled at the last minute."
The sculptures brought a clash between the Greek Prime Minister and Sunak, while the latter canceled a few days ago the meeting that was planned to be held