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LONDON, June 8 (Reuters) - Non-complying OPEC+ members will cut output steeper than their quota in July-September after failing to deliver fully on pledged cuts for May-June, Saudi energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman told a news conference on Monday.
Answering a question about Iraq compliance and its pledges, Prince Abdulaziz said: “A country, without naming a name, has said ... they have only done 70% of their May numbers and said we will be only delivering 80% of our June numbers.”
Prince Abdulaziz did not say what will happen if countries with weak compliance fail to deliver on their promises from July onwards. (Reporting by OPEC team Writing by Dmitry Zhdannikov Editing by Catherine Evans and David Goodman)