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Iran is not ready to cut supply, its oil minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said in Vienna on Tuesday, Bloomberg reports.While this comment from Tehran is not entirely unexpected (especially in view of the latest conflicting and contrasting OPEC-related rhetoric), according to an OPEC source who has talked to Reuters, Iran has written to OPEC suggesting that Saudi Arabia needed to cut its oil production to 9.5 million bpd.As it has become ‘business as usual’ for OPEC, Iran and the Saudis are again at loggerheads and the market is again left guessing what will happen tomorrow.WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump on Friday angrily accused Iran of violating the spirit of the landmark 2015 nuclear deal, accusing it of a long list of malign behavior and hitting its main military wing with terrorism sanctions. Instead, he kicked the issue to Congress and the other parties to the seven-nation accord, telling lawmakers to toughen the law that governs U. participation and to fix a series of deficiencies in the agreement.

In addition, Iran’s oil ministry’s news service Shana posted an article on Tuesday in which it discusses Saudi Arabia’s positions and invokes the impact U. President-elect Donald Trump would have on oil markets.“However, due to political competition of the country with Iran and the tough conditions that election of US President Donald Trump has posed to Saudi Arabia, the country might seek an excuse to harm Algeria agreement and accuse Iran and perhaps Iraq and Russia of defeating OPEC conference in cutting the production ceiling and restoration of stability in the oil market around the acceptable prices,” Shana said in the ‘Irregularities of Regular OPEC Meeting’ article.Bill got drunk and lay on the sofa staring at the maid that came to clean up the mess he made of the room.She wore a blue apron and a short dress that barely covered her black panties revealing a couple of seductive hips.French President François Hollande decided having wine with lunch is more important than breaking bread with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani during an official visit to Paris.Hollande scrapped Thursday's lunch at the Élysée Palace after Rouhani had asked for a halal menu in keeping with his Muslim faith, and that also meant no wine at the table during his first visit as president to the City of Light.“It is not the halal which was a problem but the wine,” France's ambassador to the United States, Gérard Araud, said on Twitter.