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MOSCOW, May 27. /TASS/. Venezuela will present its position on production of shale hydrocarbons which damages environment, at the OPEC meeting on June 5, Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez said after talks with her Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov on Wednesday.
"All in all we discussed a more common position regarding how the international market should be organized, and how maleficent the process of oil and gas extraction from shale is as it damages environment enormously. And this is the position that we will be speaking about [at the OPEC meeting on June 5 - TASS]," Rodriguez said.
Venezuela welcomes cooperation between all oil producers, not only those belonging to the OPEC, and the country is eager to work not only within the OPEC but with other countries as well, "in order to find a mechanism based on consent and unity, which will allow pooling information about the trends on the market," she added.