"In the telephone conversation with Sri Lankan President @MaithripalaS, PM @narendramodi conveyed that India is sending additional fuel to Sri Lanka and assured India's continued support for development cooperation," the Prime Minister's Office tweeted.
The Lanka Indian Oil Company (LIOC) has received flak for the fuel shortage after motorists lined up in long queues at petrol stations.
But the company dismissed as "mischievous and factually incorrect" the allegations that it was responsible for the fuel shortage in the island nation.
"I do not agree that LIOC should be blamed," Mr Wickremesinghe told the parliament.
"We must remember that LIOC outlets helped people during the last petroleum strike," he stressed.
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