He added that in the past, canal authorities and the ship's owners have had a good relationship.
The last ships stranded by the grounding of a giant container vessel in the Suez Canal have passed through the waterway, according to the canal authority, which said an investigation into the incident would report its findings soon.
Some 12 percent of the world trade volume passes through the man-made canal.
The 224,000-ton Panama-flagged ship was grounded in the vital Suez waterway on March 23 and was successfully refloated six days later through the efforts of the SCA in cooperation with the Dutch firm Boskalis and its emergency response team SMIT Salvage hired by Ever Given's owner.
During the day, many giant ships and maritime units are set to cross through the canal as the northern convoy, including the United States aircraft carrier Dwight D. Eisenhower said Rabie.
Egypt resumed navigation in the canal several hours after the Ever Given was freed and re-floated on Monday, after which numerous 422 ships that have been kept waiting started to cross the waterway.
Rabie also said that if an investigation went smoothly and the compensation amount was agreed on, then the ship could travel on without problems.
Revenue from the waterway reached $5.6 billion a year ago.
Rabie pointed out that the damages include halting navigation traffic in the Suez Canal, which generates daily revenues for Egypt estimated at $14m.
"This is the right of the country, we will not waste a penny", he said.
Rabie said the ship will not leave Egypt before the end of the investigation, unless the company that owns the ship signs an agreement to pay the compensation.
Shipping industry sources told Reuters on Thursday that Egypt must move quickly to upgrade its technical infrastructure in order to avoid future shipping disruption.
The massive cargo ship is now in one of the canal's holding lakes, where authorities and the ship's managers say an investigation is ongoing.
"The issue is getting containers off essentially a 20-storey high building at sea". They had no way of doing it.