Egypt Recalls Ambassador To Tel Aviv
Egyptian English Daily, Ahram Online, reported that the Egyptian President, Mohammad Morsi, recalled the newly appointed ambassador to Tel Aviv, Atef Mohammad Salem, due to Israel’s military escalation in the Gaza Strip.
Yasser Ali, spokesperson of the Egyptian President, stated during a televised announcement broadcast on Egyptian State TV that Morsi decided to recall the Ambassador, in addition to summoning the Israeli Ambassador in Cairo to inform him of Egypt’s rejection to the ongoing Israeli military escalation, and assaults against Gaza.
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