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LAW 3028/28-06-2002 'On the protection of antiquities and cultural heritage in general'

‘Cultural heritage’ is defined as cultural goods found within the borders of the Greek State, including its territorial waters, as well as other sea zones in which Greece has jurisdiction according to International Law. The law protects the country’s cultural heritage from ‘ancient-most times until today’ and also provides the protection of cultural goods originating from Greece regardless of when they were taken from the country or where they are to be found at present. In addition, the instrument shows foresight in providing in advance for any future international ordinances granting Greece jurisdiction over areas of the sea beyond its territorial waters, an area of international law that has not yet been fully settled.

Definition of cultural value in the instrument

‘Cultural heritage’ is defined as cultural goods found within the borders of the Greek State, including its territorial waters, as well as other sea zones in which Greece has jurisdiction according to International Law. The law protects the country’s cultural heritage from ‘ancient-most times until today’ and also provides the protection of cultural goods originating from Greece regardless of when they were taken from the country or where they are to be found at present. In addition, the instrument shows foresight in providing in advance for any future international ordinances granting Greece jurisdiction over areas of the sea beyond its territorial waters, an area of international law that has not yet been fully settled.

Responsible

Ministry of Culture, Museums, Ephorates of Antiquities, Government bodies in charge of monitoring cultural heritage, Port and Custom Authorities, Police.

Strengths

Law 3028/2002 is a thought-out and structured law, well-suited to protect Greece’s valuable cultural heritage.

Weaknesses

There remains, however, a factor that could weaken it significantly: enforcement. Cooperation between Ephorates, police, port, and custom authorities is needed to a high degree in order to assure the law’s effectiveness, while the final stage is to see how strictly and fully the courts will uphold the articles of the new law.


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