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Nigeria Rebalances OPEC Quota Compliance, Cuts Output By 7%

Nigeria Rebalances OPEC Quota Compliance, Cuts Output By 7%       Nigeria has been forced to rebalance its oil output, effecting about 7.0 percent cut back on its oil output to re-align with the quota imposed by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC. The nation’s output in the month of April was put […]

$100m Lost As NNPC Gives Bunkering Service To Foreigners – SOAN

$100m Lost As NNPC Gives Bunkering Service To Foreigners – SOAN       Shipowners Association of Nigeria (SOAN) has said that $100 million is lost to capital flight as the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) recently contracted coastal and bunkering vessel services to a foreign shipping company, Messrs UNIBROS. In a petition to the […]

Council of the EU: Enlargement: new enlargement methodology will be applied to Montenegro and Serbia

The Council agreed on the application of the revised enlargement methodology to the accession negotiations with Montenegro and Serbia, after both candidate countries expressed their acceptance of the new methodology. The changes will be accommodated within the existing negotiating frameworks with Montenegro and Serbia during the next Intergovernmental Conferences.

Cuba denounces impact of the US blockade on food security

Cuba denounces impact of the US blockade on food security
Havana, May 10.- Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez emphasized today that the US blockade is responsible for the effects on food security on the island.
Through his Twitter account, the headline mentioned that the report ‘WFP Global Update on COVID-19’ of the United Nations World Food Program also accuses the northern siege in this regard.
‘This genocidal policy that seeks to bend our sovereign will due to hunger and necessity must cease,’ added the Foreign Minister.