Today, Sunday, the Sudanese Minister of Energy confirmed that his country has decided to stop the entry of ships carrying fuel into Sudanese territorial waters.
Al-Sharq TV quoted Energy Minister Jadin Ali Obeid as saying that his country decided to stop the entry of ships carrying fuel into Sudanese territorial waters to avoid imposing fines due to the delay in unloading shipments. He added that “Sudan is facing a shortage in the strategic reserves of petroleum products.”
Protesters from the Beja tribes in eastern Sudan are blocking ports and roads to protest what they describe as the bad political and economic conditions in the region.
The Sudanese Council of Ministers had announced in a statement that fuel supplies were affected due to the closure of the pipeline that transports fuel derivatives from Port Sudan to Jelly and Tree, while gasoline supplies are witnessing stability, while the supply of gasoline and cooking gas is affected.
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