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The reporter from the reception desk observed that Greece asked Britain to return the marble sculpture of the Parthenon in Greece, and the pursuit became the focus again.()

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According to British media reports,breaking news British Prime Minister Sunak suddenly announced the cancellation of the meeting with Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis a few hours before the scheduled meeting on November 27th, because Mitsotakis's statement that "the British Museum should return the marble sculpture of the Parthenon in Greece" angered Sunak. The cultural relics dispute between Britain and Greece has therefore become the focus of attention from all walks of life in recent days.

The dispute between Britain and Greece about the marble sculpture of Parthenon dates back more than 200 years. At the beginning of 19th century, Earl Elgin, a British diplomat, cut off a large number of marble sculptures of Parthenon and shipped them back to England. Subsequently, the British government acquired the stone carvings and exhibited them as the collections of the British Museum. The Greek side has long called on the British Museum to return these sculptures. But the British government has always refused to return it.

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Founded in 1753, the British Museum has more than 8 million collections. Among them, there are more than 100,000 pieces from ancient Egypt, more than 100,000 pieces from ancient Greece and Rome, more than 330,000 pieces from the Middle East and nearly 30,000 pieces from China. The acquisition means, ownership and attribution of these cultural relics have always been controversial. However, the British Museum can even justifiably ignore these disputes, because there is an umbrella from the British government-the British Museum Act. In principle, this law prohibits the British Museum from returning cultural relics. If it is to be returned, it must first be passed by the British Parliament.

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Wang Meng, a reporter from reception desk: In fact, there are cultural relics from all over the world in many museums in Britain, and the origin is controversial. In recent years, there are more and more voices calling for Britain to return cultural relics around the world. At present, the recovery of lost cultural relics generally includes diplomatic channels, legal recourse and repurchase. Every way is very complicated, because it is difficult to explain to history.

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