Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 17 / Trend A. Taghiyeva /
Ex-Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi deserves fair trial and his right is observed, Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmi said in an interview with RT V channel today.
"Morsi was elected as a result of a democratic election, but he did not rule using democratic means," he said. "Indeed, the essence of democracy is for all citizens of the country to feel a part of the country, full-fledged citizens, even if they belong to a minority."
According to Fahmi, Egypt will not tolerate any interference in its internal affairs as well as from Hamas.
While commenting on the situation in Syria, Fahmi said that more strange people than Syrians themselves were involved in the Syrian conflict and these people are fighting for ideals which have no relation to Syria.
"We are dealing with a geopolitical conflict in which global and major regional powers are competing," he said. "Various Syrian forces are fighting with each other either independently or being used by someone."
The minister also said that the Arab League at the beginning of the conflict was trying to solve the Syrian problem. It failed because of the participation of big foreign players whose influence prompted the Syrian warring parties to come out with their problems at a global level rather than solve them at a regional level.
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