India’s Helps to Sri Lanka continues, sends another 40,000 metric tonnes of diesel
New Delhi: India has once again sent huge quantities of petrol to the troubled Sri Lanka. India continues to assist Sri Lanka in times of crisis while fulfilling its obligations to neighboring countries. This is not the first time India has sent petrol and diesel to Sri Lanka. Earlier, India had helped Sri Lanka by supplying petrol twice. On Monday, India once again sent 40,000 metric tonnes of diesel to Sri Lanka.
The oil will reach the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo, today. Sri Lanka is currently going through both a political and economic crisis. As the elder brother, India has helped Sri Lanka in all areas during the Great Depression.
Earlier, India had also announced a $ 1 billion loan to revive Sri Lanka’s drowning economy. About two months ago, India shipped 34,000 metric tonnes of petrol and 40,000 metric tonnes of diesel to Sri Lanka. India has so far shipped more than 2.70 million metric tonnes of oil to Sri Lanka.