The Council of Ministers Media Center responded to reports on some websites and social networking sites that the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir was shut down after the opening of the Grand Egyptian Museum.
The Center said it is continuing with the Antiquities Ministry, which categorically denies the news, saying it is completely naked and that the Egyptian Museum of Liberation will remain open to receive visitors from Egyptians, Arabs and foreigners naturally without any influence on the opening of the great museum where that will work together.
He added that the ministry explained that the construction of the Egyptian Museum of Liberation is an effect by itself, and one of the unique landmarks in Cairo is visiting tourists from around the world, pointing out that all the rumors about this rumor are aimed at provoking confusion and harm to Egyptian tourism.
The ministry said that the celebration of the 116th anniversary of the establishment of the Egyptian Museum of Liberation was held in the past few days, and one of the most important manifestations of this celebration was the opening of the scenario at the new museum exhibition of the treasures of the ancient treasures of King Ahenathon – by Thani Royal, the store of King Tutankhamen after her transfer to the Grand Egyptian Museum before its opening in 2020.
In response to the Information Center of the Council of Ministers, the Ministry of Antiquities appealed to the media to be cautious and precise before publishing such rumors, which could lead to confusion in public opinion. In the case of an investigation,[email protected]).