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U.S. State response to the demonstrations film abuser: We respect the right to peaceful demonstration .. And take down the flag

Said Victoria Nuland, a spokeswoman for the U.S. State Department on Tuesday that the demonstrations that occurred around the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, and the accompanying events Kaatla embassy demonstrators wall and take down the American flag, does not mean that there are no feelings against the United States in Egypt.

She Noland in Tsriht journalist broadcast Radio Sawa this evening that they should not expect a return any results of these demonstrations, due to the development of normal relations between us and Egypt, there was last week a deputy secretary of state, accompanied by a delegation of American businessmen to agree on a number of projects which designed to support and revive the Egyptian economy.

The Foreign Ministry spokeswoman confirmed the U.S., that being to contain the situation with the Egyptian authorities, we note here that we respect the right to peaceful demonstration

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