1. The commitment to the restitution of looted art to their original owners and to the recovery/protection of cultural property is a continuation of the commitment in the past and present to the recovery of other forms of looted Jewish property.
2. To prioritize, at present, two areas:
(a) Provenance research – so that information regarding the location of looted items is publicly available;
(b) Establishment of fair and just claims processes for claimants
3. The effort to ensure that Judaica is recognized as Jewish property is of the utmost moral importance. Particular focus should be on holy and ritual items. Prioritization regarding this effort is critical after completion of current research and review of existing research. The types of solution by which Judaica is ultimately held or used by appropriate bodies to be sought in any given case will vary from country to country and from case to case.
4. Claims Conference/WJRO should not take on representation of individual claimants.