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On the 18th Shinan Majali, a spokesman for the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Overseas Chinese Affairs, said that Jordan called on Saudi Arabia and the United States to conduct further dialogue on the “OPEC+” production cut decision.

On the 5th of this month, the “OPEC+” mechanism, which consists of OPEC members and non-OPEC oil-producing countries, decided to significantly reduce production from November this year, reducing monthly production by an average of 2 million barrels per day on the basis of August production. The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement on the 13th confirming that the United States had “suggested” to the Saudi side to postpone the implementation of the production cut plan, which was rejected by Saudi Arabia. The Saudi foreign ministry said in a statement that “solving economic challenges requires a constructive dialogue that is non-political and that considers the interests of all nations wisely and rationally.”

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