Fuel stations in Tripoli will be permitted to operate around the clock, starting from Wednesday, says the monitoring committee of the fuel and gas crisis.
A meeting was held on Wednesday between the committee's head, the Director of the General Department of the Central Support Force, and representatives from the fuel distribution companies to discuss the issue and look for solutions to ease the congestion outside the service stations.
The head of the monitoring committee of the fuel and gas crisis Brigadier General Muhammad Fathallah stressed the need to address the matter, as there is no shortage of fuel but the congestion is due to the long hours of outages, according to Fathallah.
He pointed out that the Central Support Force, in cooperation with all security agencies, will be deplored at fuel stations to help control the flow of drivers.
For their part, delegates of the distribution companies emphasized their readiness to distribute fuel to all stations in the required amounts, as the Anwar Libya tanker and the Anwar tanker are waiting to unload their cargo at the Port of Tripoli.