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CAIRO, Jan 22 (MENA) - The Antiquities Ministry said that its Inventory Committee has finalized inventorying 34 warehouses that contain ancient Egyptian artifacts in different governorates.
The committee was formed in 2017, under the chairmanship of the secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities.
Its inventory work at the 34 warehouses lasted a whole year, Secretary General Moustafa Waziri said.
According to the committee's compiled report, none of the precious pieces in storage was missed from any of the warehouses, he also said.
Waziri added that now that the work in these main storage facilities is done the committee will start inventorying sub-warehouses nationwide.