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Vietnam study exhibited archeology in Egypt

April 10, 2013
Vietnam study exhibited archeology in Egypt
Updated: 04/10/2013
On 7/4, interdisciplinary working group of Vietnam by Nguyen Xuan Thang, member of the Party Central Committee, President of the Academy of Social Sciences of Vietnam, led a meeting with the Minister of Antiquities Who Egypt Mohamed Ibrahim Ali.

At the meeting, the delegation introduced the purpose of the mission in Egypt to study, research, experiential learning organization, design, archeology display for the implementation of the Scheme displays relics and artifacts in the basement of the National Assembly building.

The company also introduced the importance of the overall scheme in central Relic Imperial Citadel of Thang Long has been the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization of the United Nations (UNESCO) as world cultural heritage .

Mr. Nguyen Xuan Thang appreciate conservation, exploitation and promote the value of the historical monuments in Egypt thousands of years. President of the Academy of Social Sciences of Vietnam also wants the two sides as soon as possible to discuss and sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation in this field.

For his part, Egyptian Minister outlined some basic issues in conservation today in Egypt and hopes to have international cooperation to promote the heritage of Egypt to the world, the and expressed willingness to cooperate with Vietnam in the exchange of information and sharing of experience in conservation, museum.

Earlier, the 2-7/4 day trip from Egypt, the delegation of Vietnam was also directly visit, the research experience of restoration and renovation, conservation organizations and methods , design, artifacts on display at the archaeological ruins and outdoor museum in Aswan, Luxor and Cairo.

(Source: Vietnam +)

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