First highest level American leader to visit Egypt after the recent uprising, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today extended Washington's full support in the nation's march towards full-fledged democracy. On a tour to revive U.S. contacts with new regimes sprouting in the Arab region, Ms. Clinton described the largest Arab country as the "new Egypt" telling cheering crowds that "this moment history belongs to you". "Today, Egypt is rising. Egypt, the mother of the world, is now giving birth to democracy," Ms. Clinton said. Seeking to set up ties with new leaders, the U.S. Secretary of State visited the Cairo's now famous Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular uprising that toppled Egypt's long time autocratic leader last month.