President Obama Remarks on Situation in Egypt
Following a day of unrest and protest in Egypt, President Obama made a statement urging the Egyptian people to protest peacefully and called on Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to implement promised political and economic reforms. He also called on the Egyptian government to restore access to the Internet and mobile telephone services. He said that he had called the Egyptian president just prior to the statement to relay American concerns. close
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Telephone lines were open for comments on the Obama administration’s approach to the unrest in Egypt.
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