[size=36]Iran OPEC is opposed to postponing the next meeting of the Organization to June[/size]
Iran has told OPEC its opposition to delaying the next meeting of the Organization, paving the way for another dispute with the rest of the members at a time when US sanctions put Tehran under unprecedented economic pressure with the decline of oil exports to small amounts.
Iran's oil minister, Begin Zangane, said in a letter seen by Reuters that he opposed OPEC's proposal to amend the meeting date to early July. The meeting is now scheduled for June 25-26.
In a separate speech, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said Algeria and Kazakhstan also opposed the amendment of the date