Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi can’t possibly be satisfied with the results of his visit to Berlin on Wednesday. Despite his efforts to present himself as a moderate, he is not likely to receive much in the form of immediate aid, Spiegel reported.

In talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel and at a press conference, Morsi outlined a future for Egypt as a democratic country based on a separation of church and state, championing pluralism and religious freedom.

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But Merkel did not respond as Morsi had expected, and would not, for instance forgive Egypt’s debt $324 million. Nor was any mention made of any new development aid projects to be launched by Germany in Egypt. Instead, Merkel offered advice.

“What matters now is that the work that needs be done, gets done,” she said. As to the fact that Egypt is in flames at the moment, with anti-government forces clashing daily with police and army, the chancellor told Morsi that sturdy economic development is what contributes to political stability.

Good luck, Mr. Morsi, in all your future endeavors…

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2 COMMENTS

  1. United States should have waited with the delivery of th f_16 fighters until the Egyptions decide who will be theire permenent head of state.Inthis turmoil we don't know if the Egytion will be an anti Americen force.I hope we are not going to make the same mistake thet we have created in Afghanastan. Armed them trained them then they turned against theUnited States.

  2. The Brotherhood started Al Qaida and Hamas Morsi hates the jews as he stated 2 years ago so why shouldn't we give him more weapons this way he can wipe out the rest of Egypt's Christians before he turns his weapons on Israel. He already has his own private (Hamas) army taking over the Sinai. We should let him get his planes from Iran.

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