Mauritius to receive an emergency assistance grant from the African Development Bank to support clean-up efforts of the marine oil spill. Sourced from the Special Relief Fund, the grant will complement current activities by the government & other partners.
Emirates resumes flights to South Africa, Mauritius and Zimbabwe
Mauritius Central Bank maintains rate, sees sharper 2020 contraction
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Mauritius declared an emergency after a tanker hit a coral reef, spilling 1,000+ tons of oil and threatening "thousands" of fragile species. It is still leaking. Volunteers are making barriers and rescuing animals, angry at govt inaction: "We will never be able to recover."
Drone footage shows the extent of the oil spill in Mauritius
Mauritius' Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth declared a state of environmental emergency on Friday as the Indian ocean island battled to contain an oil spill.
Shocked at oil spill in Mauritius, where an environmental emergency has been declared. There must be a massive international response to support the clean up.
Inaugurating the Supreme Court Building of Mauritius with PM @PKJugnauth .
Heartfelt thanks to Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth for gracing the Swearing-in Ceremony. Your presence is testimony of the enduring and special relations between India and Mauritius, which I look forward to further strengthening with you. We also had an excellent meeting today.