Egypt: Antiquities Minister - Egyptian Museum Receives Visitors Normally
16 February 2013
During a visit to the Egyptian Museum to inspect the security situation, Minister of State for Antiquities Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim said that work inside the Museum is going as usual and that the political developments have not affected the flow of tourists.
The Museum received on Friday up to 820 visitors of different nationalities, Ibrahim said, adding that the Museum and all other tourist sites are equipped with security guards who protect them and work on providing services and facilities to the visitors.
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