Clinton says US resuming limited Brotherhood contact

By REUTERS
June 30, 2011 13:54

 
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BUDAPEST - The United States will resume a policy of limited contacts with Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton confirmed on Thursday.

Clinton told a news conference it was in US interests to have such contacts, saying they had occurred in recent years, and that US officials would emphasize the importance of non-violence, democratic freedoms, and the rights of women and minorities in such contacts.

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