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Iran's Rouhani Has Not Accepted Zarif's Resignation

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According to Reuters, Iran’s Foreign Ministry said the presidential office has not accepted the foreign minister's abrupt resignation. On Feb. 25th, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif abruptly resigned from the post he has served at since 2013. But Iranian law requires the president to accept a resignation before moving forward, and President Hassan Rouhani had not accepted the resignation. The spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry said speculation surrounding the resignation is inaccurate because the resignation has not been accepted.

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