Cameron: Egypt's military 'needs to do more' on reforms


Prime Minister David Cameron has called on Egypt's ruling military to 'do more, more quickly' to bring about political reforms during a visit to the country.

David Cameron called Egypt a friend of the UK and said "we want Egypt to have a strong and successful future".

Mr Cameron is the first world leader to visit Egypt since the resignation of former president Hosni Mubarak after weeks of protests.

He spoke to the BBC's James Landale in Cairo.

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