dynamic routing doesn't work through NAT routers. It's recommendedthat NAT routers be used in stub networks where static or default routes can be used. You can probably work with the Policy based routing or with a route map .
In case you want to advertise a NAT pool, just configure one IP as a secondary on an interface and announce it. Make sure your NAT pool does not use the IP (f.e. pool 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.253, secondary IP 192.168.1.254/24).
Other than that you could use a static route pointing to the NAT router and redistribute the static.
If the above does not cover your case, please describe in more detail, what you want to achieve and what your topology etc. looks like.
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