They should show up in your table when you receive them. Did they specify a date that they'd start advertising them? Unless you have route filtering configured for the neighbor, you should just receive them.
I don't see anything in your current configuration that would lead me to believe you're disallowing those routes in. Maybe you should contact the neighbor to see if they're advertising those to you. It's also possible that they have an outbound filter as well and haven't allowed those prefixes to be advertised to you.
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