Julian Assange used the Ecuadorian embassy in London as a "spy center", the country's chief said.
Lenin Moreno also said that no other country has influenced the decision to withdraw the assertion against WikiLeaks founder, claiming Assange's violations were followed.
Speaking to the Guardian, President Moreno said the old Ecuadorian government provided embassy facilities "to interfere" with other states.
Assange's lawyer was previously accused of "cruel charges" by Ecuador.
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He added:" We can not allow our home, the house that opens its doors, to be a spy center. "
The president also made reference to Assange's clean cleanness following the allegations made by Ecuador's interior minister, Maria Paula Romo.
Assange's attorney, Jennifer Robinson, was disputing the claims when he appeared on Sophy Ridge on Sunday.
"I think the first thing to say is that Ecuador has made some harsh allegations over the last few days to justify what is unlawful and extraordinary in the act of allowing British police enter an embassy. "
Sh added that Assange's fears of a threat to US extradition proved to be correct this week after the allegations were made that he had collaborated to hack into a classed Pentagon computer.
Assange, 47, is facing up to 12 months in prison after being found guilty of violating his bail condition when he entered the Ecuadorian embassy in 2012.
He made the move after losing his battle against the extradition in Sweden where he faced allegations including rape.
Assange is now hoping to fight extradition with the US on a charge that he has collaborated with former intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to enter a comprehensive government computer.