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Sri Lanka denies Indian oil deal

Sri Lanka's Petroleum Industries Ministry has denied recent reports in the Indian press of a deal with Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), reports Jagran Post.

The ministry reportedly said, 'no negotiations or talks with IOC or any other foreign party had taken place' regarding the construction of a second refinery by the Sapugaskanda refinery in a north Colombo suburb.

 

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