Zarifullin is convinced that during his recent visit to the U.S. acting Ukrainian prime minister took along $20 billion worth of national cultural treasures.
Referring to sources that he does not reveal, the author writes that these cultural values might become guarantees for an International Monetary Fund loan.
To check the authenticity of the information, historians are urging Ukrainian officials to take an inventory of Kiev museums' artworks. The Scythian gold is not so much valued as a precious metal but rather as a cultural treasure.
(Note: Ukrainians can kiss goodbye to their priceless cultural heritage; they will never get it back. It seems that the looting of Ukraine by the vampire syndicate continues unabated. The same thing happened in Iraq, as soon as the U.S. forces consolidated their grip on the country, the looting of Iraq's museums began. An incredible amount of national treasure was stolen, most of which today are part of private collections around the world.)
(Voice of Russia – hungarianambiance.com)