Kuwait sees no coordinated action at June OPEC meeting, according to a headline via Reuters, quoting the country’s acting oil minister said on Thursday.

The “focus of the meeting will be to think and look around … about what could be done further to stabilise the markets,” Anas al-Saleh, told Reuters in Tokyo, during a Kuwait-Japan business seminar.

“The expectation is to have more dialogue between Opec members, and then from that we will be able to determine what would be the proper action going forward,” Anas al-Saleh said, Reuters notes.