February 12th, 2011
04:38 PM ET

POTUS phones leaders to discuss Egypt

WASHINGTON (CNN) - Egypt still topped President Obama's agenda on Saturday as he phoned world leaders to discuss the latest developments.

Obama spoke with British Prime Minister David Cameron, King Abdullah of Jordan, and Prime Minister Erdogan of Turkey according to a written readout of the calls provided by the White House. The president "welcomed the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces' announcement today that it is committed to a democratic civilian transition, and will standby Egypt's international obligations," the statement said.

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