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MB Chairman and Delegation Visit Erdogan
MB Chairman and Delegation Visit Erdogan
A high profile delegation from the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) visited Turkey’s PM Ragab Tayyip Erdogan at his Cairo residence Wednesday.
Wednesday, September 14,2011 18:15
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A high profile delegation from the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) visited Turkey’s PM Ragab Tayyip Erdogan at his Cairo residence Wednesday. Delegation was headed by MB Chairman Dr. Mohamed Badie, former Chairman Mahdy Akef, Deputy Chairmen Gomaa Amin, and Eng. Khairat Al-Shater

Media spokesman for the group, Dr. Mahmoud Ghozlan, described the meeting as friendly with mutual feelings of respect and appreciation. The MB delegation congratulated Erdogan for his party’s victory in recent Turkey’s parliamentary elections, and  expressed gratitude for Turkey’s stance regarding Israel’s attack against the Freedom Flotilla and its efforts to end the Gaza siege.

“The MB called on both Turky and Egypt to strengthen bilateral relations and cooperation in different fields, and to benefit from Turkey's experience to help Egypt’s economy by encouraging investments in the country,” Ghozlan said.

Erdogan in turn expressed his appreciation to the MB delegation, stressing his optimistism about Egypt’s future after the revolution and the prospects of democracy, in addition to the  transition of power to a civilly elected body.

During his visit, Turkish PM signed several trade agreements with Egypt Tuesday. His delegation consisted of over 100 Turkish businessmen to meet and discuss methods to enhance investment in Egypt in an attempt to develop Egypt, politically, economically and educationally.
 
“I foresee a promising future for Egypt. It is an important and valued element in the region. Its history has repeatedly proven so”, he ascertained.
tags: Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood / Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt / Erdogan / Badie / MB Chairman / Akef / Al-Shater / Parliamentary Elections / Freedom Flotilla / / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood / Moderate MB / Gomaa Amin / Ghozlan
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Thursday, September 15,2011 01:27
Response To Erdogan\'s Secular Comments By Dr Mahmoud Ghazlan Mubashir
Congratulations that you have aptly rejected Mr. Erdogan
Thursday, September 15,2011 09:04
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Friday, September 16,2011 16:46
Congratulation for Bilateral Agreement Abu Muhammad ADIS El-Merbawiy MY
This Bilateral agreement may strengthens the condition of both states Egypt and Turkey for enlightening the future of Muslim world relationship.This Political will should invites other Muslim governments to be united as "the new force of Muslim world Order". Thanks for both of you. Your Muslim brother MALAYSIA
Sunday, September 18,2011 04:56
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