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Topic - Nabil Fahmy
In an echo of the Cold War, Egypt gave the red carpet welcome Thursday to senior Russian officials aiming to expand Moscow's influence through military and economic cooperation with a key U.S. ally in the Middle East.
The United States and Egypt put a brave face on badly strained relations on Sunday, vowing to restore their full partnership as U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry became the highest-ranking Obama administration official to visit the country since the ouster this summer of its first democratically elected president.
The current state of relations between Egyptian and U.S. authorities has sunk to such lows that the entire Middle East region could suffer, Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy said Wednesday.
The standoff in Cairo between authorities and supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi continued Monday, as the Egyptian military appeared to step back from their threats to break up two pro-Morsi camps in the capital.
Threat to Egypt
BBC, Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy told a news conference he was not aware of the ruling, but added: "Whoever threatens Egypt's security should understand that there will be consequences."