CAIRO – 5 July 2021: During the past three days, guests of Egypt, including ministers, officials and public figures from a number of countries, visited the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat, to enjoy the museum's unique artifacts, especially the royal mummies, which were transported in a solemn procession last April from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir.
The Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Culture and Information, the Libyan Minister of Culture, and the South African Minister of Housing and Infrastructure visited the museum.
CEO of the Museum Authority Ahmed Ghoneim received the Libyan Minister of Culture, who is the first woman to hold the position in Libya, and the Minister of Housing and Infrastructure of South Africa and took them on a tour inside the museum's halls.
In her signature in the museum's visit book, the Libyan Minister of Culture expressed her great admiration of the display scenario of the museum and its artifacts, which date back to different eras of the Egyptian civilization.
For her part, the South African Minister of Housing and Infrastructure expressed her happiness to visit the museum, describing it as a huge and impressive edifice, with distinct and unique treasures. Her tour has included the exhibition halls, outdoor areas and the lake.
The Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Culture and Information was received by Sayed Abu Al-Fadl, chief archaeologist at the museum and supervisor of the central exhibition hall, who took her on a tour inside the Central Hall and the Royal Mummies Hall, where she was introduced to the unique archaeological treasures of the Egyptian civilization housed in the two halls.