Russia's Putin says global oil inventories need cutting to 'reasonable level': Arabiya
Sunday, 13 October 2019
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday global oil inventories need cutting to "reasonable levels" and that attacks in recent months on tankers in the Gulf and Saudi oil facilities will strengthen cooperation between OPEC, Russia and other oil producers.
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