Israeli Minister: We have good relations with Morsi
Sunday، 07 July 2013 - 12:00 AM
The Israeli minister of internal security said Israel enjoyed good relations with ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi.
He said June 30 demonstrations in Egypt are a purely Egyptian concern, adding Israel is keen to maintain its friendly relations with Egypt.
Meantime, Avigdor Liberman, the former Israeli foreign minister said Egypt's stability serves Israel's interest but he urged Israel not to rush to declare its stance on developments in Egypt. He said he sees no threat to the peace agreement between Egypt and Israel.
Meantime analysts said Palestinian Hamas movement is facing a big challenge after ousting president Morsi and the downfall of the Muslim Brotherhood rule.