Egyptian president-elect Mohamed Morsi, the first Islamist head of state in the Arab world's most populous nation, has delivered an encouraging speech stating that under his rule Christians and Muslims will unite and make Egypt proud and great again.
In his televised address to the nation, Morsi thanked the people of Egypt for making him president and vowed to continue the revolution until its goals are achieved, bringing huge applause from a crowd of his supporters on Tahrir Square in Cairo. As he spoke, the crowd went mad, cheering "Morsi! Morsi!"
The new president also said that Egypt will respect all treaties but will not allow interference in Egypt's sovereignty and internal affairs.