The OPEC alliance of oil producers said "several" member states, and some of its allies in the OPEC+ grouping, held a teleconference on Tuesday to discuss the plunge in oil prices caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Several Ministers of the OPEC – non-OPEC producing countries, signatories of the Declaration of Cooperation held informal teleconfence to brainstorm the current dramatic oil market situation. pic.twitter.com/dIzYWhkgAG— OPEC (@OPECSecretariat) April 21, 2020
A photo tweeted by the organization appeared to show representatives from countries including Nigeria, Iraq and Venezuela taking part but there was no confirmation of which countries joined the meeting.
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