Saudi Arabia Negotiates Cuts of Oil Production Quotas With African Countries

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Saudi Arabia has demanded that African oil producers cut their production quotas, American news outlet reported on Sunday, citing sources.

Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman invited some African delegates to his hotel in Vienna on Saturday and told them that their production quotas would be cut.

“They walked out of the meeting without a deal,” the sources said.

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At the same time, the kingdom has discussed with the United Arab Emirates the possibility of increasing the country’s production quota, the newspaper added.

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