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Iran will attend talks with fellow OPEC members and Russia in Qatar next month without joining their proposal to freeze crude oil production, according to a person familiar with the nation's policy.Zanganeh dismissed any freeze agreement that would apply to Iran as "ridiculous" because the nation aims to revive production after nuclear sanctions were lifted in January.Iran's attendance means all 13 members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries except Libya are scheduled to take part in the freeze talks.
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