Colombo: The Sri Lankan Prime Minister says there is only one day’s supply of petrol left, which could lead to more difficulties in the coming months.

Addressing the nation, Ranil Wickremesinghe said that the economy is in a dangerous situation, the economy is in a dangerous situation, more difficulties may be faced in the coming months.

He said that there was acute shortage of 14 essential medicines in the country, urgent payments were required for medicines and money was to be printed for payment of government salaries, essential items, to carry out all these urgent matters. Seventy-five million dollars is needed.

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He warned the nation that the next few months would be the most difficult and the nation would have to prepare itself to make sacrifices and meet the challenges.

Ranil Wickremesinghe said there was a proposal to privatize SriLankan Airlines.

Remember that Sri Lanka is facing fuel shortages and rising food prices, the situation has become so bad that some Sri Lankans are forced to give up one meal at a time.