Iran opposes moving OPEC+ next meeting to July - media
Iran has told OPEC that it opposes delaying the oil producer group’s next meeting, setting the scene for another fight with fellow members as U.S. sanctions put Tehran under unprecedented economic pressure with its oil exports down to just a trickle.
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said in a letter he disagreed with an OPEC proposal to reschedule the meeting to early July.
The talks are currently set to take place on June 25-26, Reuters reported.
In a separate letter, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries said Algeria and Kazakhstan also disagreed with moving the dates.