Mauritius oil spill: India's Dhruv and Chetak join operations

August 17, 2020 |

On July 25th, a Japanese tanker carrying nearly 3000 tonnes of fuel on its way to Brazil from China struck its reef in the east coast of the Mauritius island. While the island nation is battling to fix the damages, India has sent 30 tonnes of technical equipment and material to Mauritius.

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