The Antiquities Ministry received Thursday three artifacts from the headquarters of the Foreign Ministry.
The recovery of antiquities was the result of efforts by the Foreign Ministry to internationally prove Egypt's ownership of these items.
Antiquities Minister Mamdouh el Damati said a special committee was formed to inspect the recovered artifacts, which dated back to different pharaonic civilization ages.
El Damati said the monuments were placed in the warehouses of the Egyptian museum, in Cairo's downtown, for renovations.
The Antiquities Minister praised the level of cooperation maintained with the Foreign Ministry and all the bodies concerned for recovering Egyptian antiquities and preserving the country's heritage.
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