Sri Lanka’s Vitality Minister Kanchana Wijesekera has issued a stern warning concerning the nation’s gasoline reserves, saying that the nation’s petrol inventory goes to dry up. The nation has 12,774 tonnes of diesel and 4,061 tonnes of petrol left. The nation is at present going through its worst financial disaster in 70 years.
On Sunday, Wijesekera informed reporters that the following petrol cargo is anticipated to reach between July 22 and 23, BBC reported. A cargo of diesel is anticipated over the weekend, though Wijecekera warned the nation didn’t come up with the money for to pay for deliberate gasoline and crude oil imports.
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