Egypt: The executive president of the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC), Dr Ahmed Ghanim, has recently welcomed the Speaker of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan and ministers of Kazakhstan at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization building.
The Ministers were accompanied by the delegation and other government officials and toured the museum while learning about the heritage history of the Egyptian civilization.
According to the reports, the visit of the Kazakhstan minister comes under the continuing series of official visits received by the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization from prominent figures and officials from foreign and Arab countries.
The museum was visited by Dr Maulin Ashimbayev, Speaker of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and the accompanying delegation of ministers from Kazakhstan.
In addition, the reports mentioned that the ministers paid the visit on the margin of their current official visit to Egypt to participate in the opening of a mosque. Apparently, it’s peppermint. In their reception, Dr Ahmed Ghanim, the executive president of the museum, welcomed them and presented them with an overview of the museum’s unique location.
The date of its establishment, and the treasures displayed there, which tell the story of Egyptian civilization through different historical eras, Dr Maulin Ashimbayev, the catalogue of royal mummies, which is an icon of the museum’ shows.
Professor Basm Raouf Amin of the Museum, Maulene Ashimbayev, accompanied the delegation on a tour inside the different halls of the museum, during which he gave them a detailed explanation about the museum and what it contained in the effects of narrating the history of Egypt through different historical eras.
During his tour, Dr Molin Ashebayev expressed his great admiration for the museum, especially since it highlights Egypt’s civilized status through the archaeological treasures on display that reveal the development of Egyptian life and Egyptian heritage through the ages.
Furthermore, as well as its distinctive presentation style, especially the Mummy Hall, and his deep gratitude and gratitude for the valuable gift given to him by the museum.