After the decisions of the Riyadh Summit, Iraq is considering reducing its oil production by one million barrels to stop the aggression against Gaza


An Iraqi government source stated on Sunday that the administration is discussing reducing Iraq’s oil output in the aftermath of the Arab-Islamic Summit’s decisions on Gaza.
According to the report, “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani met yesterday, Saturday, with the Minister of Oil and his energy and economic advisors to discuss making a decision to reduce oil exports by one million barrels per day from the allocated export quota.”
He went on to say, “This decision may be taken due to the Arab-Islamic summit not reaching effective decisions to stop the fire in Gaza.”


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