The Egyptian Foreign Ministry summoned a Cairo-based Iranian diplomatic official into its office Tuesday to express its anger over recent student demonstrations outside the Egyptian diplomatic mission in Teheran, the Iranian FARS news service reported Wednesday. The Foreign Ministry also issued a statement Tuesday voicing its concerns over the demonstrations staged there from time to time, the agency reported. A representative from the Egyptian Foreign Ministry could not be reached for comment late Wednesday, and The Jerusalem Post could not verify the report. According to FARS, dozens of Iranian students demonstrated against Egypt in Teheran on Monday, chanting, "Death to Israel" and "Death to America" and burning an Israeli flag. The students were protesting "the Zionist regime's severe crimes in Gaza and Egypt's collaboration in exerting pressure on the Palestinian people," the agency said. The Egyptian ministry was also quoted as criticizing some Iranian newspapers that have repeatedly insulted Egyptian policies. and leadership recently. FARS reported that several similar demonstrations had been held in Teheran in the last week opposite the embassies of other Arab countries perceived to be cooperating with Israel by failing to push for the removal of the Gaza blockade.