Azerbaijan, Baku, August 19 /Trend/ A.Taghiyeva/
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, who attended the summit of the heads of states from Turkic-speaking countries in Gabala, had a telephone conversation with his Qatari counterpart Khalid ben Mohammad al-Attiya, on the situation in Egypt, Anadolu agency reported on Friday.
According to the report, during the talks, the parties exchanged views on the unceasing violence against the supporters of ex-president Mohamed Morsi in Egypt.
Additionally, Davutoglu had a phone conversation with the Foreign Minister of South African Republic Maite Nkoana-Mashabane and High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton. During the conversation the parties reached an agreement that the international community, and in particular the UN Security Council, should do their best to stop the violence in Egypt.
Meanwhile, the number of people killed during the crackdown of the demonstration of Morsi supporters by the Egyptian Army increased to 638.
On Wednesday the Egyptian Army began the crackdown of demonstrations by the supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, using military means and firearms.
The heads of Muslim Brotherhood state that during the crackdown of demonstrators, nearly 2000 people were killed and nearly 15,000 civilians injured.
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