The Wall Street Journal writes about this, citing sources.
According to RBC with reference to the material of the American edition, representatives of the government of the Arab country turned to their Russian colleagues with a corresponding request. According to the kingdom, Russia is not fully complying with the reduction.
The WSJ also claims that "friction" between the countries is becoming more on the eve of the meeting of OPEC+ ministers, which is scheduled for June 4.
The publication does not provide any evidence of the information indicated in the article.
Earlier, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said that OPEC+ countries during a meeting scheduled for June 4 will determine what is best for the oil market, based on previous decisions.