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RABAT, September 1 (Itar-Tass) —— Life-support facilities, which are important for the population, are gradually opening in Tripoli, the capital of Libya. “After a long break as a result of armed clashes and the absence of fuel, gas filling stations are opening in the city again,” Ukrainian doctors working in Tripoli told Itar-Tass.
Fuel prices went down in comparison with July. According to witnesses, ten liters of petrol cost 1.5 Libyan dinars (less than one dollar). Aside from it, the prices of food went down at markets and shops. According to the coming reports, some banks will be opened later this week. The new municipal authorities ask the foreigners working in Tripoli to return to their working places, the doctors said.
According to their information, almost no barricades are left in the central part of the city. They were put up late in August, when fighting between the insurgents and Muammar Gaddafi’s troops was at its height. Armed opposition members and military hardware can no longer be seen in many districts of the city.