Antiquities Minister، Dr. Khaled Al-Anany stressed that there is a cooperation between Egypt and Saudi Arabia in the field of training and exchange of cultural and archaeological experiences.
In an interview to “MBC Masr 2” TV Channel، Anany added that a protocol was signed between Antiquities ministry and Saudi Commission for Tourism & National Heritage (SCTH) in Monuments and Culture fields.
An exhibition to display Egyptian monuments will be inaugurated in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) soon، Anany revealed.
Noteworthy، Last week، A 3،200 year old statue of Egyptian King Ramses II has been moved in Cairo to its new home in the Grand Egyptian Museum.
The 83-tonne monument was carefully transported by specialist army engineers and contractors on a 400m (1،300ft) journey from a storage area، costing an estimated 13.6m Egyptian pounds ($770،000; £540،000).