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Iran's Zarif says not sure how long a 'Trump deal' on nuclear issue would last

Reuters Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Wednesday rejected any direct nuclear negotiations with the United States and said he wasn't sure how long any pact by U.S. President Donald Trump would last.
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'I had a U.S. deal and the U.S. broke it. If I have a Trump deal, how long will it last?' Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said at a security conference in New Delhi on Wednesday.

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