BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi officers are displaying stolen artifacts from the nation’s wealthy cultural heritage that have been not too long ago recovered from Britain and Sweden.
Many archaeological treasures from Iraq, dwelling of the traditional “fertile crescent” thought of the cradle of civilization, have been looted through the chaos that adopted the 2003 U.S. invasion and whisked in another country.
Now Iraq is making a large effort to deliver these items dwelling, working intently with the U.N. cultural group.
The artifacts on show Monday on the overseas ministry in Baghdad embrace archaeological and historic objects, reminiscent of pottery fragments and shards with writing courting again no less than 4,000 years to the traditional Sumerian civilization.
Iraqi International Minister Mohammed al-Hakim stated his nation is set to recuperate its misplaced heritage, no matter it takes.