King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the ruler of Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, August 18, had a telephone conversation with President Muhammad Buhari.
The conversation, according to the Saudi Press Agency, was lengthened towards how to stabilize and rebalance global oil markets.
It was reported that part of the discussion was accentuated on the importance of compliance to the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) agreement and the agreed-upon compensation mechanism by all member states.
The two leaders also discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and opportunities for their further development in the future.
The conversation between President Buhari and the Saudi king came barely three months after the Nigerian president and the prime minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, his excellency Imran Khan, had a phone conversation.
A tweet-statement from the official page of the presidency confirmed that the conversation between the two leaders held on Thursday afternoon, May 7.
The point of discussion, according to the statement, was based on the global initiative on debt relief canvassed by leaders of the Non-Aligned Movement Contact Group (NAM) for developing countries.