Egypt: Morsi, Erdogan Discuss Developments
10 December 2012
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a phone call with President Mohamed Morsi on Saturday to discuss the latest developments in Egypt.
Erdogan told Morsi that Turkey is closely following up the developments in Egypt and that he is convinced that Egypt will overcome all current problems, Hurriyet newspaper reported.
Morsi stressed that he will not allow anyone to obstruct democratic march in Egypt.
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