Peru, Bolivia team up against illicit trafficking of cultural property

08 Nov 2012 10:26 AM | Anonymous
Peru, Bolivia team up against illicit trafficking of cultural property
 
Lima, Nov. 07 (ANDINA). The governments of Peru and Bolivia have signed an agreement to work together in the fight against illicit trafficking of cultural property.
The mummy was wrapped in white linen because of its precarious condition. Photo: ANDINA/Juan Carlos Guzmán
The mummy was wrapped in white linen because of its precarious condition. Photo: ANDINA/Juan Carlos Guzmán

At a news conference in Lima, Peruvian Foreign Minister Rafael Roncagliolo said this pact will help both countries to develop a common strategy and plan to face this issue.

The document was signed Tuesday by Peruvian Culture Minister Luis Peirano and his Bolivian counterpart, Pablo Groux, who took the opportunity to return to Peru a mummified toddler seized from antiquities traffickers

http://www.andina.com.pe/Ingles/noticia-peru-bolivia-team-up-against-illicit-trafficking-of-cultural-property-434943.aspx
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