US Oilmen Launch Campaign to Support Sanctions against Saudi Arabia and Russia
According to her, the proposed restrictive measures include the introduction of duties on imported oil, the suspension of military assistance to Saudi Arabia, the introduction of tariffs on Russian energy resources and others. The cancellation of existing duties on the Russian Federation is also considered if Moscow agrees to cooperate with Washington.
On Thursday, U.S. President Donald Trump expressed hope at a briefing at the White House that Russia and Saudi Arabia could soon agree to reduce oil production. The OPEC+ deal, which was held at the agreement between Russia and Saudi Arabia for three years and allowed to maintain hydrocarbon prices in the region of $ 60 per barrel by limiting production, ceased to work on March 31, 2020.