RAMALLAH, Jan 30 (JMCC) - The continued unrest in Egypt has generated a sense of nervousness for some of Egypt's strongest allies with countries like the United States and Israel
sending aircraft to evacuate their stranded citizens on Sunday.In Israel, the prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, addressed growing concern that his country's principal Arab ally could turn into a foe again under a new government. We are following with vigilance the events in Egypt and in our region … at this time we must show responsibility and restraint and maximum consideration, Netanyahu said.
Our efforts have been intended to continue to preserve stability and security … I remind you that the peace between Israel and Egypt has lasted for over three decades.
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