Sudan is grappling with a fuel shortage, making travel in the country that bit harder.
From the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office –
There is an on-going acute shortage of fuel throughout Sudan including Khartoum, with very long queues (several hours or even overnight) at petrol stations (which regularly run dry). If you need to travel ensure you have sufficient fuel for your return trip. The British Embassy is limiting staff travel outside Khartoum due to these fuel shortages.
from Travel Advice Summary, which can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/sudan
— Radio Dabanga (@Radiodabanga) April 27, 2018
A countrywide fuel shortage has forced grain mills to shut-down and water pumping engines to fall silent in many states of Sudan, especially in the most remote areas…. https://t.co/YjZptiKSpk
— SudaNet (@SouthSudanBiz) April 27, 2018
ETEnergyworld | Fuel shortage hits Sudan as dollar crisis hampers imports https://t.co/ODwYcDdRmw
— ETEnergyWorld (@ETEnergyWorld) April 25, 2018
— Aachal Chand (@aachalchand) April 22, 2018
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