Central African Republic
NGOs and airlines struggle as Wagner monopolises dwindling kerosene stocks

AA World Food Programme plane over Bangui in 2016.
AA World Food Programme plane over Bangui in 2016. © Siegfried Modola/Reuters
Central African kerosene reserves have dwindled to almost nothing, and with the state having requisitioned what little remains, the UN and airlines have cancelled a raft of flights. Stocks of diesel and petrol are also starting to run low, though Bangui is expecting fresh supplies as of August. [...]
Published on 14.07.2022 at 05:00 GMT Reading time 3 minutes
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