Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry considered that Turkey’s decision to ban the Brotherhood’s media activities Stopping their incitement is a “positive step” that is consistent with the rules of international law and normal relations between states based on non-interference in internal affairs.
Shoukry indicated, during a telephone interview with the Egyptian “Cairo and People” channel, yesterday evening, Saturday, that “the policy that Turkey began to adopt with Egypt is consistent with the rules of international law,” stressing that the continuation of these policies means “normalizing relations” between the two countries and reaching a better framework .
He also stressed that the return and normalization of relations between the two parties is not only related to the way Ankara deals with the Brotherhood, but also with the Libyan file
These statements came in conjunction with sources revealing to Al-Arabiya.net that Ibrahim Munir, the acting general guide of the group, decided to dissolve the administrative office in Turkey and the Shura Council, with the postponement of its elections, which were scheduled to take place during the month of July, for a period of 6 months. .
The sources also mentioned that the Brotherhood decided to Getting their members out of Turkey and moving to other countries, On top of them are Canada, Britain, the Netherlands, Malaysia and a number of Balkan countries.
A few days ago, the group decided Transmission of its satellite channels outside Turkey, Within a period not exceeding 3 months.
It is noteworthy that Turkey had announced last March its desire to resume diplomatic contacts with Egypt.
Last May, a Turkish delegation headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Sadat Onal conducted the first visit of its kind to Cairo since 2013, in order to hold “exploratory” talks with Egyptian officials, but the talks returned and stopped later.
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