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MOSCOW, July 8 (Itar-Tass) - The Egyptian Embassy in Moscow works normally, the embassy’s secretariat told Itar-Tass.
In reply to questions to whom diplomats are being submitted now, the embassy’s staff said: “To the people.” They do not elaborate. “We watch the situation,” the embassy’s secretariat said.
Egyptian acting Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Ali Amr told his Russian colleague Sergei Lavrov on July 5 by telephone that Mohammed Morsi’s ouster “should be considered the will of the Egyptian people”.
“Mohamed Kamel Amr spoke about the political events in Egypt. He stressed that Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s ouster should be considered the will of the Egyptian people as a result of the latest protest actions under the support of the country’s Armed Forces,” the Russian Foreign Ministry reported.
“In the short run the new interim Egyptian leadership intends to put forth a clear plan of action to resume the political process,” the ministry said.