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Counselor Ahmed Hafez, Spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, expressed Egypt’s rejection, in whole and in detail, of what was stated in the statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey and other Turkish statements about the legal measures taken by the Egyptian authorities in dealing with one of the illegal Turkish electronic media committees in Egypt, which worked under The cover of a company founded by elements of the terrorist Brotherhood with the support of Turkey, to spread false and fabricated information about the political, economic, security and legal conditions in Egypt, and send them to its dens Turkey, in an attempt to discredit the country internally and internationally.
The Spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that all the measures taken by the relevant Egyptian authorities in this regard were carried out in accordance with the laws and regulations in force in dealing with such anomalies and outside the law.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs denounced the issuance of this statement by a system that privileges the indicators of press freedom around the world as one of the worst systems in violation of freedom of opinion and expression and freedom of the press and other fundamental rights and freedoms, and is supporting and financing extremist groups and terrorist militias in a number of countries in the region in a desire to enable them to Control the fate of their peoples by force of arms and by using rogue methods of intimidation and intimidation, in a desperate endeavor of the Ankara regime to achieve personal aspirations and special goals in order to evoke a past based on the illusion of false glories.
Hafez added that he was the first in the Turkish Foreign Ministry, and she was tossing the toxins of her system in accordance with his shame, to realize that this would not erase or confuse the reality of the disgraceful regime that put Turkey in the mud and made it occupy a global advanced position in the rates of imprisonment of journalists, and it was left to rank 157 out of 180 countries in the Freedom of the Press Index for 2019, where the statements of nearly 682 journalists in Turkey during the period from November 2018 to March 2019 were canceled, according to many relevant reports.