Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded to Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of the Lebanese Hezbollah, and his recent statements in which he dealt with the situation in Egypt.
The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs published on its official Facebook page a post in which it stated: “Commenting on Hassan Nasrallah’s statements regarding Egypt: The Foreign Ministry Spokesman: Absurd statements trying to invoke false heroism… In response to an inquiry from the Middle East News Agency about Hassan Nasrallah’s statements that touched In it to Egypt recently, Ambassador Ahmed Abu Zeid, the official spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, refused to comment on these statements, pointing out that they are absurd and nothing but an attempt to invoke false heroism.
In statements reported by the Lebanese News Agency, Nasrallah said: “I invite you, in any case, some of those present conducted studies and wrote beautiful articles. I invite you to monitor the issue of Egypt and Jordan, but Egypt in particular, which is the first country to make peace with the Israeli enemy and to work at Camp David.” And strictly committed to the treaty, okay with the Americans, God willing, the best relations with Saudi Arabia, the best relations with the Gulf states, okay and going with the International Monetary Fund, where did Egypt become, what is the status of Egypt now?
And he continued: “Is Lebanon more important to America than Egypt? Is Lebanon more important to Europe than Egypt? Is Lebanon more important to Saudi Arabia than Egypt? Is Lebanon more important to the Gulf than Egypt? What is missing from the Gulf countries to come with 100 billion, 200 billion, 300 A billion – they think they are playing football – and there is an Arab country on the brink of collapse. Now, it is our misfortune that in Egypt, despite the presence of great, important, respected and international players, we do not have neither Ronaldo nor we have Messi. Well, this is a model and there is no reason Let’s explain it more…”