They manage to stop the auction of a Mexican archaeological piece in Belgium and repatriate it

Mexico achieved stop the auction of an archaeological piece originating in the country that would take place in the territory Belgianthe Mexican embassy in Belgium reported this Thursday.

The object was delivered to the Foreign Ministry by the Federal Police of said European country, which he supported with the suspension of the auction.

The Mexican ambassador to Belgium, Rogelio Granguillhome, received the original statuette from the west of the country.

Given this, the foreign minister reiterated through social networks that the collaboration of the Belgian authorities “It must be an example for the other countries of Europe.”

“The protection of the archaeological heritage of Mexico is a priority of Mexican diplomacy,” he wrote on Twitter.

For her part, the Secretary of Culture, Alejandra Frausto, reported that theauction house, Lasu Bosher also withdrew this Wednesday one piece which was going to be offered on August 8 in Cherbourg, France.

Likewise, the company promised not to auction goods Mexican archeology.

On July 26, the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard, reported during the morning press conference that the federal government has managed to recover 8 thousand 970 pieces of historical heritage stolen that are located abroad.

The chancellor explained that for this, three strategies have been used: voluntary surrendera by private collectors; confiscation by customs and security authorities; and the ccancellation of auctions.

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“Traditionally in terms of we have been told ‘you have to prove to Mexico that the origin of what we are auctioning is illegal’, but now Mexico has defined the thesis or the doctrine that whoever auctions must show the legal origin of what is auctioning and not the other way around. Luckily, we have already managed to cancel some auctions”, affirmed the head of the SRE.

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