Rabie also said that investigators yesterday questioned the crew.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi said Tuesday that while the incident was an unwanted event, it was dealt with effectively and reaffirmed the importance of the Suez Canal.
Authorities at the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said the compensation figure roughly equals losses linked to transit fees as well as damages suffered during the efforts to refloat the vessel.
However, since the Ever Given got stuck on the vial waterway, it has brough global trade to a near standstill and other countries have come forward with suggestions for alternative routes.
The Ever Given was refloated on Monday after nearly a week stuck in the Suez Canal blocking shipping traffic through the vital globe trade route.
The Panama-flagged ship had veered off its course in a single-lane stretch of the canal during a sandstorm.
The Panamanian-flagged, Japanese-owned, Taiwanese-operated ship became caught in high winds and a sandstorm as it navigated a narrow stretch of the canal March 23.
Kenya has allayed fears of pronounced negative impact on operations at the Port of Mombasa as an aftermath of the Suez Canal crisis, with only exports mainly refrigerated avocados to Europe and America, expected to experience slight delays. The delay almost doubled rates for oil product tankers.
For the ships which had to take a detour around the Cape of Good Hope, the likelihood of recovering any losses is low.
Egypt's Leth Agencies said yesterday that a total of 163 ships had transited the Suez Canal since its reopening and that 292 ships were now waiting. Suez Canal links the Mediterranean to the Red Sea, which is one of the world's busiest trade routes.
As the 1,312-foot-long vessel began weaving erratically across the channel, the lawyer "began swearing", and commented, "It's like driving an oil tanker", states the report.