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                   We, the Egypt Foreign Affairs Trusteeship, entrust that President Obama will rightfully follow through with our proposal, S.E.A.L. As the only United States agency that is all-inclusive in its membership, we are a centralized group that deals with Egyptian-American Relations. EFAT has bought together the most influential Americans in relations with Egypt in order to make more comprehensive plan to present to the President on a semi-annual basis. The trusteeship brings together a diverse range of members including the current Chairman of the United States Senate Foreign Relations committee, the United States Ambassador to Egypt, a representative from USAID Egypt, and the United States Secretary of State.

                      Together we can apprehend relations then create a cohesive plan from the perspective of local issues in Egypt through the USAID, on a national level through the ambassador, on a broader scope through the secretary of state, then solely focusing on US interests through the senate foreign relations committee. By combining all these experts we are sure to create the most effective and realistic plan that encompasses US interests in Egypt from different angles to ensure stable United States-Egypt relations. Rather than reporting to President Obama as separate entities, it has proven through our S.E.A.L. proposal that working together we have integrated together a plan that ensures Egyptian stability from within with the aid of USAID and the US ambassador to Egypt. Furthermore, we utilize the knowledge of the Secretary of State and the senate committee to amend and strengthen relations between Israel and Egypt on a broader scale. The President of the United States will find our plan both logical and compelling as our end goal upholds that less military foreign aid will be spent on Egypt and Israel through a ten year process and that Egypt will be the least volatile it can be within current global conditions. 

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