Current affairs - January 19th, 2022 from The Hindu.
UPSC Mains General Studies Paper 2 - International Relation
The aid provided in an emergency Sri Lanka has attempted to overcome its dollar shortfall, resulting in a lack of essentials such as fuel, medicine, and certain food supplies. Sri Lanka has a $1.5 billion credit line to assist the country in replenishing its rapidly declining foreign reserves, which are critical for the country's ability to import key food products, medicines, and fuel. A total of $1.5 billion was extended on Tuesday, with $500 million of that amount going toward gasoline imports.