BRICS: Putin and Saudi Crown Prince Discuss OPEC+ Deal

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According to the latest report from Reuters, Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, recently had a telephone conversation to discuss the OPEC+ deal to limit oil production.

Putin and Crown Prince expressed satisfaction with level of cooperation

The Kremlin mentioned in the readout of the call that the duo stated their satisfaction with the level of cooperation between the two nations in bringing global oil market stability.

The Kremlin stated that: “The conversation proceeded in a friendly manner, was constructive and informative. With this in mind, it was agreed to build up contacts in specific areas of cooperation.”

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The Kremlin mentioned in the call’s readout that the duo expressed their satisfaction with the level of cooperation. The cooperation aimed to bring stability to the global oil market. This was said to evade the United States sanctions.