28 February 2013

Egypt: Cabinet Denies Intention to Sell, Rent Egypt's Antiquities

The Cabinet Spokesman denies any government intention to sell or rent any of Egypt's antiquities as some news websites mentioned. He pointed out that what has been said on this issue is only a suggestion presented by a person.

The Spokesman confirmed on the Cabinet's page on Facebook that the antiquities sites are the possession of the State and the whole Egyptian people and the coming generations.

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