Costa Rica saca de embajada de Venezuela a enviada de Guaidó
El Gobierno de Costa Rica obligó a salir de la embajada de Venezuela a la “diplomática” designada por el líder golpista venezolano
Russian oil minister Alexander Novak said on Thursday that the production cut deal between the OPEC, Russia, and other oil producers dampened price volatility and helped decrease stockpiles, and therefore there is no need for additional measures.
In an interview with international news agency Reuters, the official stated there is potential for an oil rise from current crude prices and that $50 to $60 is “fair,” after Brent dropped by 20 percent during the first semester of the year. Currently, the European benchmark stands at around $48.
According to ElEconomista.com, the OPEC and other major oil producers like Russia agreed to reduce their output by 1.8 million bpd as of January 2017. The deal was later extended until March 2018. Despite the decision, crude prices saw their sharpest first-half decline in nearly two decades during the first quarter of the year, since the OPEC’s production cut was overshadowed by a rising production in the U.S. and other countries that did not join the pact.
Some analysts suggest that OPEC members, Russia, and their allies could have to implement new measures, such as deepening the cuts or further extending them beyond March.
Novak said there is potential for prices to rise from current levels and sustained that inventories are expected to fall to five-year averages in industrialized nations thanks to the OPEC’s decision.
Daniel Ortega, convoca a una nueva “negociación” con la oposición con el fin de consolidar la paz con justicia y dignidad en el país.
La Casa Blanca informa que EE.UU. mantendrá en Siria, de manera temporal, a 200 militares para supuestas misiones de paz.
El canciller tilda de ‘ladrones’ al personal designado por Guaidó, que se ha hecho con el control de la embajada de Venezuela en Costa Rica.
Las amenazas de EE.UU. a militares de Venezuela son una “injerencia directa en los asuntos” de ese país y violan la Carta de la ONU