The Libyan Embassy in Amman has announced the completion of the work of the team charged with inventorying the financial debts accumulated by the Libyan state, which was assigned by the Attorney General in February 2023.

The hotel owners in Jordan who have financial dues from the Libyan state went out in a protest in September 2022 in front of the Libyan embassy in the capital, Amman, according to the Jordanian Amman Agency.

The Jordanian agency reported that hotel owners announced the resumption of their protests against what they described as procrastination in paying their dues from the Libyan side, which dates back to 2011.

According to Jordanian media, the debts accumulated by Libya in favor of Jordanian hospitals and hotels amount to $200 million.