Biden to Ask Gulf Alliance to Boost Oil Production

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President Joe Biden said he’ll ask America’s allies in the Persian Gulf region to boost oil production when he meets with them during a trip to Saudi Arabia next month. He says his trip is not just about oil production, but it’s also about establishing peace in the region. He spoke to reporters at the NATO summit in Madrid.

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