Under an intergovernmental cooperation contract between Ulaanbaatar and Washington, Mongolian paleontological finds, most notably dinosaur remains, which have been smuggled to the USA are to be returned.
The contract was signed by Ambassador B.Altangerel on 4th February in Washington. It confirms that the remains will be returned to Mongolia on 5th April 2016 in New-York.
The paleontological treasures include a 70 million-year-old skull of the Alioramus dinosaur, a relative of the Tyrannosaurus Rex, which was confiscated in New-York (2014), the skull of a Bactrosaur confiscated in Utah last year, the skeleton and fossilized egg nest of Protoceratops, the skull of the Psitosaur, the skeleton of the Hadrosaur, and one box which containing a baby Proteceratops.
Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs