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Lebanese foreign minister Hitti says he will resign today: report

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(C) Reuters. Lebanese Foreign Minister Nassif Hitti speaks during a joint news conference with Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi in Amman

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BEIRUT (Reuters) – Lebanese Foreign Minister Nassif Hitti will submit his resignation on Monday over “the government’s performance on a number of issues”, Sky News Arabia cited him as saying.

Hitti decided to quit over differences with the prime minister and frustration at being sidelined, a ministry official and sources close to him said earlier.

Lebanese foreign minister Hitti says he will resign today: report

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