Putin plans no contacts on OPEC+ issue so far, Kremlin says
Russian President Vladimir Putin plans no domestic or foreign contacts on the OPEC+ issue so far, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Wednesday, adding that Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak deals with those questions, News.Az reports citing TASS.
"At the current moment — no. You know that Deputy Prime Minister [Alexander] Novak who supervises this area of work, is in constant touch with his OPEC+ colleagues," Peskov said when asked whether Putin plans any telephone talks with OPEC+ colleagues or domestic meetings on the same issue amid the current situation on energy markets.
Meanwhile, Novak is in constant touch with the president, the spokesman added.