Source: Cairo – Ashraf Abdel Hamid
Counselor Ahmed Hafez, Spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, expressed Egypt’s rejection, in whole and in detail, of what was stated in the statement of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other Turkish statements on legal measures taken by the Egyptian authorities in dealing with one of the illegal Turkish electronic media committees in Egypt
Distort Egypt’s image
He said that the committee worked under the cover of a company founded by elements of the Muslim Brotherhood with the support of Turkey, from publishing false and fabricated information about the political, economic, security and legal conditions in Egypt, and sending them to Turkey, in an attempt to distort the country’s image internally and internationally.
In addition, the Spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs affirmed that all the measures taken by the 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.
The worst regimes violate freedoms
He 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 basic rights and freedoms, and it supports 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 people by force of arms and by using rogue methods of intimidation and intimidation.
He also mentioned that the Turkish system is doing this in a desperate endeavor to achieve personal aspirations and special goals, in order to evoke a past based on the illusion of false glories.
Hafez added, “It was the first in Turkey’s foreign ministry, which was tossing the toxins of its system in accordance with the gossip of its own, to realize that this will not erase or disturb the reality of the disgraceful regime that plunged Turkey into the mud and made it occupy a global advanced position in the rates of imprisonment of journalists, and it is destined to be ranked 157. Out of 180 countries in the Freedom of the Press Index 2019.
He also noted that “in Turkey, for example – but not limited to – the permits of approximately 682 journalists were revoked during the period from November 2018 to March 2019, according to many relevant reports.
This comes after the Egyptian National Security Sector announced that it had monitored an electronic Turkish media committee to take one of the apartments in the Bab Al-Louk area in central Cairo as a center for its hostile activity under the cover of (SITA) for studies established by the Brotherhood with the support of Turkey.