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EU to target stolen artefacts in post-Brexit talks
A picture taken on February 19, 2020 shows the European Union flags fluttering outside the European Commission building in Brussels. kenzo tribouillard / AFP.



BRUSSELS (AFP).- Europeans could include the issue of stolen cultural artefacts, especially Greek or Roman antiquities, in negotiations on their future relationship with Britain, according to the latest draft of the EU negotiating mandate.

The mandate, seen by AFP, sets out the EU's objectives and red lines and now includes a call on the parties to "return unlawfully removed cultural objects to their countries of origin".

Early reports, denied by officials on Wednesday, said the mention pertained to the Parthenon marbles, the ancient sculptures commonly known as the Elgin marbles that are on display in the British Museum in London.

EU diplomats insisted that this was not the case, but aimed to ensure stolen artefacts that arrived into post-Brexit Britain could not be sold legally.

A British government spokeswoman ruled out the prospect of discussing the iconic sculptures during next month's trade talks.

"The EU are still finalising their mandate -- this is currently in draft," she said.

The United Kingdom left the EU on January 31 and has entered a transition period where it continues to apply EU rules.

The British and Europeans are working to agree on the basis of their future relationship during this period, which will end on December 31 2020.


© Agence France-Presse










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