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Freedom and Justice Party Urges Saudi Embassy, Consulates Closure Rethink
Freedom and Justice Party Urges Saudi Embassy, Consulates Closure Rethink
Urgent request of the FJP to the Saudi government to prevent escalation of tensions between the two countries
Saturday, April 28,2012 20:17
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The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) called upon the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to avoid increasing tensions between Cairo and Riyadh, and to reconsider its decision to shut its embassy in Cairo and consulates and to recall its ambassador for consultations.

The FJP further assured that protesters demonstrating in front of the Saudi embassy over the past few days were merely expressing the Egyptian people’s aspiration to preserve the dignity of their fellow citizens who visit, live or work in Arab countries.

The people are voicing their conviction that insulting the dignity of Egyptians abroad is no longer tolerated, not after the peaceful revolution which restored their will, their voice and their dignity.

The FJP stresses that the Egyptian-Saudi relations is far greater than any problem, adding that dialogue and transparency  in these relations can solve any problem.

This can still happen by allowing an Egyptian team to join the investigations in the Egyptian citizen Ahmed Al-Gizawy's case, who is detained by Saudi authorities. Those investigations should be announced in a transparent and unbiased fashion to public opinion.

The FJP calls upon the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), as the de facto ruler of Egypt at present, to take concrete steps to solve Al-Gizawy issue in a manner which ensures Egyptians’ dignity, and at the same time preserves the strong Egyptian-Saudi relations.

 

tags: FJP / Egyptians / SCAF / Egypt / Freedom and Justice Party / Saudi Arabia / Egyptian People / Arab Countries / Al-Gizawy / Supreme Council
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