Recent remarks by the Turkish officials in which they called for the release of former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi raised anger of the Egyptian government.
A statement by the Turkish Foreign ministry said that release of all political prisoners including elected president Mohamed Morsi will contribute significantly to the emergence and implementation of the dialogue and reconciliation process in Egypt.
The statement appeared one day after the ousted president appeared in court on Monday for the first session of his trial over charges of inciting murders of protestors in front of Presidential Palace last December.
At the same time Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at a meeting of the Turkish Justice and Development Party on Sunday that Rabaa sign of the supporters of Morsi "is not only a symbol for the just cause of the Egyptians but also a sign denouncing injustice in all parts of the world."
On Wednesday, the Egyptian Presidency said that the narrow partisan vision of Erdogan is driving ties between the two countries into a path that Egypt wants to avoid in order to preserve the historic relations between the two countries.
The presidency added that Egypt is re-evaluating relations with Turkey in the light of the messages that Ankara has sent recently.
Another statement by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign affairs condemned Erdogan's statements and described it as deliberate determination to falsify the facts regarding the state of affairs in Egypt.
In its meeting on Wednesday, Egyptian cabinet slammed the remarks by the Turkish officials and described them as meddling in the Egyptian affairs, adding that continuation of such statements by Turkish officials will drive Egypt to reconsider its ties with Turkey.
The Turkish remarks were slammed also by a number of political parties and revolutionary movements, who accused the Turkey of interfering in Egyptian affairs and warned Turkey of the consequences of such behavior on the relations between the two countries.