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Topic - Fayza Aboul-Naga
Fayza Aboul-Naga, the Egyptian minister for international cooperation, said earlier that Egypt has been protesting a "unilateral" U.S. measure to direct part of its economic aid to human-rights and pro-democracy groups since 2004, according to her office.
She described it as political funding that is not allowed by Egyptian law.