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    French President Emmanuel Macron appears to have dashed President Joe Biden’s hopes that he can persuade Arab nations to increase their oil production with sweet talk.

    Newsweek reports that on Monday at the G7 conference, Macron and Biden engaged in an informal conversation that was widely shared on video.

    Biden seeks an increase in oil production to combat the rising gas prices, which have become a political burden for him.

    “Excuse me, sorry to interrupt,” Macron stated “.

    According to the Daily Mail, when Macron remarked, “I had a call with MbZ,” he was referring to United Arab Emirates leader Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan.

    Biden expected Arab nations to produce more oil, but French President Macron was overheard telling Biden a few hours earlier that the United Arab Emirates is at capacity and Saudi Arabia cannot produce much more. It looks to be a clear request to Biden to increase oil production.

    This is a game-changing revelation because Biden was banking on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. They were believed to be the only two OPEC members with spare capacity.

    Macron’s disclosure implies that the United States must produce more oil, and soon, or the energy problem would worsen significantly.

    “He told me two things,” said Macron. ““One, I’m at a maximum, maximum … This is what he claims.”

    According to Newsweek, he stated, “Second, the Saudis can increase a little bit, by 150 [thousands barrels per day] or a little bit more, but they don’t have huge capacities at least before six months’ time,”

    Jake Sullivan, Biden’s national security advisor, reportedly attempted to interrupt the conversation, despite the possibility that Macron had more to say.

    “Careful. Maybe we should just step inside … because of the cameras,” Sullivan stated “.

    Monday, the UAE published a statement regarding its capacity to increase oil production.

    More on this story via The Western Journal:

    “In light of recent media reports, I would like to clarify that the UAE is producing near to our maximum production capacity based on its current OPEC+ production baseline (3,168 mbopd [thousand barrels of oil per day]) which UAE is committed by until the end of the agreement,” UAE Energy Minister Suhail Al Mazrouei told state news agency WAM on Monday, according to Newsweek. CONTINUE READING…

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