The Minister of Omani Omani, Mohammed bin Hamad al-Rumahi, has been based on the foundations for an oil refinery built in Hambitte on the south coast of Sri Lanka, at the presence of Prime Minister Sri Lankan, Ranil Wickremesinghe. the money that could be the biggest investment in the country.
Last week, Sri Lanka said Oman Oil was interested in getting 30 per cent of the new refinery on the south coast of Sri Lanka, but an Omani officer who refused Oman agreed to send money to the station. project.
Following the inauguration service held in the Mirjawala investment in Hambantota, Al-Rumahi expressed how pleased he was with his country to be involved in the project, to show that t Sultanate's plans to resume participation and last all his life.
A slate is available to be built close to a $ 1.4 billion port in Hambantota, under the control of Port Merchant Holdings in China.
The Accord Group based in India is the main investment in the delicate project through an entity in Singapore under its control.
This project is Sri Lanka's first new taste in 52 years, after Iran refinery built 50,000 bpd near the Sri Lanka capital, Colombo, to mix a mixture of light Iranian materials.
India and China have been involved in political influence in Sri Lanka in recent years and investment has been a key objective of the competition.