German foreign minister bound for Egypt
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle was to fly later Wednesday to Egypt for talks, Berlin officials said, dpa reported.
Westerwelle and Aid Minister Dirk Niebel were to meet with Prime Minister Ahmad Muhammad Shafiq and opposition figures including bloggers and the former International Atomic Energy Agency head Mohammed El Baradei.
Aides quoted Westerwelle saying, "After the successful start of the revolution, we want to show that we support the process of change."
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday became the first western leader to visit Cairo since the uprising.