Venezuela to propose to OPEC the consolidation of a global policy in favor of producing countries
Caracas – Mr. Tareck El Aisammi, Vice-President of the Economic Sector and Minister of the People of Petroleum, representing Venezuela, today proposed the consolidation of a comprehensive policy in favor of producer countries, investors and consumer countries oil, during a meeting with Mr. Mohammad Barkindo, Secretary General of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC),
In this sense, Mr. El Aissami underlined that the principles which will govern this proposal called “the three Cs” will be coherence, cohesion and consensus, all based on “the effort provided until today towards the objectives. achieved, and future decisions still to be made, ”he says.
Likewise, Vice President El Aissami highlighted the magnificent role played by OPEC in managing the global health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He also ratified the claim on the effects generated by the coercive and illegal measures imposed by the United States government, in particular those against the national oil industry.
For his part, Mr. Mohammad Barkindo, Secretary General of OPEC, underlined the importance of the role played by our country throughout the history of the organization. “Thanks to the magnificent leadership of President Maduro, we have been able not only to survive this crisis, but also to overcome it in a meaningful way.”
During the meeting held within the framework of the 61st anniversary of this energy alliance, the two officers underlined the rebalancing achieved within the framework of the Declaration of Cooperation, thanks to the agreement reached by the oil-producing countries of OPEC +, which represents the construction of a new post-pandemic economy in favor of the development and prosperity of peoples.
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