“We will deliver our oil and receive gasoline and fuel oil;
it will be a barter,” Qadri Jamil told journalists, adding that
Syria is producing about 200,000 barrels per day.
Jamil, leading a delegation of economic officials including
the country’s oil and finance ministers, was in talks with
Russian government and private sector officials on ways to
alleviate the economic effects of sanctions on Syria.
“We need oil, oil products. Shortages of these materials are
making the situation in the country difficult,” he said at a