Germany freezes arms exports to Egypt
Germany has frozen arms exports to Egypt because of the unrest there, a spokeswoman for the Ministry of Economics said Friday, DPA reported.
German arms exports to Egypt have averaged between 10-40 million euros (13.6-54.5 million dollars) annually in recent years, according to sources in Berlin.
A German foreign ministry spokesman said the Egyptian ambassador was called to the foreign office because of the attacks on pro- democracy demonstrators and journalists in Cairo and ohter places.
"Attacks on German citizens and foreign journalists are not acceptable," the foreign ministry spokesman said.