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    The Secretary General Of OPEC To The Countries Of The World: Do Not Make The Energy Market Hostage T

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    Post by Rocky Tue Mar 08, 2022 7:58 am

    The Secretary General Of OPEC To The Countries Of The World: Do Not Make The Energy Market Hostage To Political Differences
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    Earth News/ OPEC Secretary-General Muhammad Barkindo announced that the current situation in the energy market shows that countries of the world should not make the global energy market hostage to their political differences.
    “We (OPEC) are not a political organization, and we try as much as possible to stay away from politics,” Barkindo said during the CERAWIC international conference. We also continue to work to remove politics from the supply of oil.”
    He added, "There can be differences between us, but I ask you to leave them when you come to the office of the OPEC General Secretariat or when you meet via video link."
    Earlier on Monday, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said that oil prices could jump above $300 a barrel if the United States and the European Union banned Russian oil imports.
    And the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, announced yesterday that the House is studying the possibility of preparing a bill banning the import of oil and energy resources from Russia, against the backdrop of the crisis in Ukraine.
    Over the past period, Western countries have adopted a package of strict economic sanctions against Russia, in an attempt to pressure Moscow to stop the military operation it launched in Ukraine on February 24, to protect the residents of the Lugansk and Donetsk People's Republics.
    Russian President Vladimir Putin said, earlier, that "the aim of the Russian military operation in Ukraine is to protect the people who were subjected to genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years."
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