(You will just need to add some filtering to assure only /24 is advertised to Network A nad only /29 is advertised to Network B.)
But does this really make a sense?
When the traffic would be sent from Network B to that /29 subnet and received by your router, it would be dropped (routed to Null), unless there is some even more specific route configured on your router.
Is that really what you want?
Wouldn't it make a better sense to configure some real next-hop for the static routes?
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