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LONDON - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani rejected on Wednesday the resignation of Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, as it was against national interests of the Islamic Republic.
"As the Supreme Leader has described you a "trustworthy, brave and religious" person in the forefront of resistance against widespread U.S. pressures, I consider accepting your resignation against national interests and reject it," Rouhani said in a letter published on state news agency IRNA.
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