Head of the Egyptian Interest Section in Tehran Khalid Amara in an interview with Fars news agency believed current demonstrations in Cairo and other major cities of Egypt to be a natural phenomena and part of political procedures and necessary for maintaining peace in the country, asserting the right according to the constitution of people to peacefully express themselves and make peaceful demonstrations.
Rejecting notions of coup or new revolution in Egypt, Amara said "What lately happened in Egypt is another wave of the January 25 revolution. The Army has taken initiative with the intention to support people’s peaceful movements and to preserve their security.”
Amara added that the January 25 revolutions has passed 3 waves and said "The Egyptian revolution is complete only if political entities reach agreement on what they are at odds over with each other as well as the country’s political system. I believe that we are on the path to that stage.”
"Every President must pay attention to the people’s demands. But Mohamed Morsi was inattentive to these demands, examples of which being national security, the procurement of water, independence in decision-making, and taking back Egypt to its proper place as a regional power,” he further said.
Providing comments on the Egyptians’ public demand, Amara said in answer to a question regarding Morsi’s cessation of relations with Syria and closing the Syrian Embassy in Cairo "This decision made the Egyptian nation angry. People used to say ‘how is it that while relations with Syria are cut, relations with Israel are still on?’”