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Foreign Ministry denounces Turkish President's anti-Egypt rhetoric in the UN

posted on 26/09/2014: 1533 views

The U.A.E. Ministry of Foreign Affairs has expressed its denunciation of the remarks made on Egypt by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his speech before the UN General Assembly. The ministry described the remarks as "irresponsible and a flagrant intervention" in Egypt's internal affairs.

In a statement issued yesterday, the ministry said: "We were surprised by the Turkish President's remarks on Egypt and his exploitation of the UN as a platform to launch an unacceptable attack on the Egyptian legitimacy. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemns the irresponsible remarks and consider them a flagrant intervention in the internal affairs of fraternal Egypt and a provocation of the Arab sentiments." The ministry also called on the Turkish President to refrain from insulting the Egyptian government and people. – Emirates News Agency, WAM


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