Western powers called for control and a quick return to democracy in Egypt
Western powers called for control and a quick return to democracy in Egypt after the ultimatam against Morsi.
US President Barack Obama said he was “deeply concerned” over Morsi’s matter and forced on a quick elections.
The future of Egypt can only be baised on the wishes of Egyptian people, said Obama.
Moreover he also stated that we are deeply concerned by the decision of the Egyptian Armed Forces to remove President Morsi and constitution suspention.
In May, Washington renewed its $1.3 billion in annual military aid to Egypt.There are nearly 50 people killed in anti-Morsi rallies.
On Wednesday, Washington ordered most of its embassy staff in Cairo to move from there.
Ashton said,”I highly condemn all illegal acts, offer my condolences to the families of the victims, and forced the security to do everything in their power to protect the lives of citizens,”.
Adly Mansour has been named interim president.
Britain Foreign Secretary William Hague said ,”UK does not support miltary to resolve the problems of Egypt democratic system”.Moreover he also called for “early and fair elections in Egypt.”
Saudi King Abdullah on Wednesday appreciate the army’s intervention and congratulated the new caretaker president Mansour.