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The World Heritage Committee in UNESCO commended the DGAM for their sustained efforts in protecting the Syrian Cultural Heritage
01/08/2014 - عدد القراءات : 1967

The World Heritage Committee, examined the report provided by Syria regarding the state of conservation of the six Syrian World Heritage properties during the Thirty-eighth session held in Doha, Qatar from 15 - 25 June 2014 and adopted several recommendations:
  • The WHC commended the Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums (DGAM), and all the heritage professionals and the local communities in Syria who are working on monitoring and protecting cultural heritage, for their sustained efforts amidst difficult conditions; and Urged all parties to refrain from any action that would cause further damage to cultural heritage of the country.
  • Reiterated its appeal to the neighboring countries and to the international community to continue cooperation in fighting against the illicit trafficking of cultural heritage coming from Syria; and asked DGAM to safeguard damaged property through minimal first aid interventions, and to pursue the systematic documentation of all damage incurred by the World Heritage properties.
  • Reiterated its suggestions to Syria to consider ratifying the Second Protocol (1999) of the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Heritage during times of Armed Conflict;and recalled the request to UNESCO to establish a Special Fund for the conservation of Syrian World Heritage properties.
  • WHC also, Expressed its thanks to the European Union, the Flemish Government and the Arab Regional Center for World Heritage for their financial contributions to the earmarked funds; and called upon the international community to further support the safeguarding of Syrian cultural heritage through earmarked funds.
  • Also WHC requested Syria to invite, as soon as the security conditions allow, a joint World Heritage Centre/ICOMOS reactive monitoring mission to Syria to assess the state of conservation of the properties, and to submit on 1 February 2015, an updated report at the state of conservation of the SWHS.
  • Welcomed the contributions and efforts of States Parties who have already taken effective action, and reiterated its appeal to the neighboring countries and to the international community to continue cooperation in fighting against the illicit trafficking of cultural heritage coming from Syria.
  • Decides to retain the Ancient City of Damascus, Ancient City of Bosra, Site of Palmyra, Ancient City of Aleppo, Crac des Chevaliers and Qal’at Salah El-Din,  Ancient Villages of Northern Syria, on the List of World Heritage in Danger.


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