Dr. Zahi Hawass, a prominent Egyptologist, said that he examined all the mummies that are scheduled to be conveyed from the Egyptian Museum at Tahrir, downtown Cairo, to The Fustat Museum of Civilization at Fustat neighborhood, south to the capital.
He commented on that event by saying that every king in Ancient Egypt has a tale.
He added that the Fustat’s Museum was built to narrate Egypt’s history since pre-history epochs up to the present day.
He affirmed that this museum is a unique one among the other museums in Egypt.
He went on to say that every household in the world will watch that event on TV screens.
Dr. Hawass revealed that Egypt harvests many gains of that event such as tourist, political and cultural promotion at the highest level.
This event proves Egypt led by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi becomes a safe country.
Hawass assured that transferring the Royal Mummies encourage tourism and investment.
It is worth noting that various agencies of the state are still preparing for transferring twenty-two of the Royal Mummies within the frame of directives of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
The president instructed to organize a unique convoy suits to greatness of the Pharaohs and crystalize the ongoing efforts of the state to develop and modernize Cairo and other cities.
The Ministry of Antiquities & Tourism has cooperated with Cairo Governorate and other agencies to perform a number of rehearsals of the convoy of the Royal Mummies.
The convoy will set off Tahrir Square after it has been upgraded.
Translated by Ahmed Moamar