Gulf Cooperation Council Weighs in on Durra Gas Field Dispute

© Peter Hermes Furian / Adobe Stock
© Peter Hermes Furian / Adobe Stock

A Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) ministerial meeting said on Sunday in a communique that the entire Durra gas field and its natural resources are jointly and only owned by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, the Saudi state news agency reported.

Iran has previously claimed a stake in the field and has called a Kuwaiti-Saudi Arabian agreement to develop it signed in 2022 "illegal".

(Reuters - Reporting by Muhammad Al Gebaly and Ahmed Tolba; Editing by Jan Harvey)

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