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When Russian President Vladimir Putin meets Donald Trump next week, he'll be armed to discuss oil production following the U.S. leader's series of tweets targeting OPEC, according to people familiar with preparations for the summit.While Russia says tweets don't define the policy of the so-called OPEC+ group, Trump's Twitter post led Novak and his Saudi counterpart Khalid al-Falih last week to reaffirm an agreement reached in June to restore 1 million barrels a day of oil supply. Trump said Saudi Arabia assured him it could increase oil output by double that amount, though the White House subsequently backpedaled from that assertion.The question is what Russia could offer Trump.
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