Lucas Cranach the Elder “Madonna Glogowski”Image: a page of the Polish Embassy in Russia on Twitter
The President of the Museum of fine arts Pushkin, Irina Antonova commented on the requirements of Poland to return abducted by Russian art. His position, she explained the Agency NSN.
According to Antonova, made Warsaw a statement calculated to not understand the intricacies of such a process people, and pointed out the need to strengthen the prosecution evidence. She also noted that the name of the author and the title of the painting are not comprehensive information: as a minimum, you must specify from which of the Polish Museum she disappeared, and in which the Russian Museum was.
“How do poles do this? They made inquiries in Russia before? They were denied? If Poland has any information, it must make a request with complete information to the Ministry of culture of the Russian Federation or the government of our country, and then to claim anything,” protested the expert.
Earlier, the Polish Embassy in Moscow presented a list of stolen and destroyed by the Soviet Union of items of Polish culture. Prior to that, Warsaw stated that the departments of the NKVD confiscated works of art and destroyed it, “it failed to zagrabiti or burn the Germans.”
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