The Lebanese Tourism Minister apologizes to the Egyptians in the air – Video
Monday 05 November 2018
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"I did not say sorry words about Egypt and I did not say a dirty Egypt, I did not use this sentence, Lebanon and Egypt are brothers, I did not describe Egypt as such," Tourism Minister Awadis Kidianian told a newspaper interview. The words that the newspaper handled. "
In a telephone interview on "On My Responsibility" broadcast on the Echo Al Balad satellite channel, media minister Ahmed Mousa said on Monday that a Lebanese citizen could not describe Egypt as "dirty," let alone an employee, His statements in the wrong way and that he would go to the Egyptian Embassy in Lebanon to apologize again.
"I talked about the overpopulation and the difficult social situation in Egypt and the comparison between Egyptian and Lebanese media because Egypt is able to resolve its problems, but I did not say that Egypt is a dirty country. the feelings of our Egyptian brothers ".
Kedianian said he accepts all the insults from the Egyptians because they defend their country and for his part is trying with the Egyptian ambassador to Lebanon to raise difficulties for the Egyptians to obtain a travel visa in Lebanon in an easy and quick way.
Lebanese Tourism Minister and Interim Government Awadis Kedianian on Monday demanded an apology to the Republic of Egypt, the presidency, the government and the people.
"In an interview with the newspaper Lebanese Daily Star, I talked about the role of the media in promoting the high-tech image of tourism and comparing it with an example in the Arab Republic of Egypt," Kidanian said in a paper statement.
"There is an inadvertent misinterpretation in the interview and I offer a strong apology to the Egyptian presidency, the government and the people," Kidani said.
"Deepening the relationship with Egypt," said Kedianian, hoping for "prosperity for this beloved country."
The Minister of Tourism's apology came after the serious attack he received, after describing the car as bad and his inhabitants lived in the tombs.