Dr. Ayman Mahsab, a member of Parliament, described the event of the transfer of “royal mummies” next Saturday, from the Egyptian Museum to the Museum of Civilization in Fustat, with the best propaganda over previous eras, which must be well exploited to promote tourism and the tourism sector in Egypt, especially since There are many global satellite channels that will broadcast this unique global event, which requires good use of it in the optimal way, because the image of the procession will remain stuck in the minds of millions of all nationalities around the world.
A member of the House of Representatives stressed the need to properly exploit this important event, and for there to be coordination between the various ministries, agencies and institutions concerned with the matter, so that the procession would go out appropriately in the Egyptian state and its position, and the status of Egyptian tourism, especially since the procession will start across the Nile Corniche and the Wall of the stream of El-Ayoun. To the Museum of Civilization in Fustat, and it is expected that there will be many international and international personalities in this unique event, proposing that all influential Egyptian figures in the various sectors be used in this procession to further attract attention to this event and promote tourism.
A member of the House of Representatives confirmed that the tourism sector has witnessed many discoveries during the recent period, which have had a great impact on the file globally, in addition to a package of decisions to encourage the sector, especially in light of the Corona virus crisis, which contributed to the gradual recovery of the tourism sector, in addition to development. And the renewal of some archaeological areas, and perhaps the issuance of Law No. 10 of 2020 establishing the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization as an economic public authority affiliated with the minister in charge of antiquities affairs, is one of the most prominent legislations issued recently to activate the tourism file.
It is expected that the procession will include 22 mummies, including 18 mummies of kings, and 4 mummies of queens, among them the mummies of King Ramses II, King Seknen Ra, King Thutmose III, King Seti the First, Queen Hatshepsut, Queen Merit Amun, wife of King Amenhotep the First, and Queen Ahmose – Nefertari, wife of King Ahmose.