Sri Lankans return to cooking with firewood as fuel crisis deepens

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Sri Lankans return to cooking with firewood as fuel crisis deepens” – below is their description.

Seeing no end to Sri Lanka’s fuel crisis, many are now cooking with firewood and charcoal stoves, and turning away from automobiles and towards bicycles. The South Asian nation has failed to pay for petrol and diesel imports and is suffering with prolonged power cuts. The country is set to present its debt restructuring plan to the International Monetary Fund in August, seeking a US$3 billion bailout package.

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