Ahmed Fouad: Egypt refuses to mortgage part of the American aid on conditions
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Dr. Ahmed Fouad, a member of the Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs, said that his country will not give up its national sovereignty in exchange for 130 million dollars that Washington deducted from its military aid in protest against the human rights situation in Egypt. Dr. Ahmed Fouad added that Egypt does not reject US aid, but rather the conditions that accompany it. Dr. Fouad also questioned the credibility of international human rights organizations due to their “precedents of exaggeration and exaggeration,” as he put it.
What are the parties that put pressure on the United States regarding human rights in Egypt? Who benefits from what he sees as tarnishing his country’s reputation? What is his vision for the performance of the official media in Egypt? What about the recent visit of Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to his country? And how does he view the agreements of the Israeli right with regard to the Palestinian issue? What is his assessment of the Egyptian-Turkish relations file?
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