The Government of National Unity (GNU) said Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah had instructed the reopening of hotels that have been closed for ten years, as Dbeibah added in a meeting with the management committee of Al-Daman Company for Investments of the Social Security Fund that closed hotels with no reasons for the shutdown "other than the absence of seriousness and lack of professionalism should be reopened".

Dbeibah explained that those hotels included Al-Kabeer, Goz Al-Tik, Al-Jawhara Al-Zawiya, and Al-Wahat Tripoli, as part of the first stage.

He also called for investing with the private sector, ensuring the operation of the closed hotels, announcing these projects in a public tender manner, and giving the opportunity to all workers in this field, reiterating that there should be a second phase for a number of hotels affiliated with the company, so that it can operate its hotels.

The meeting was held in the presence of the Minister of Social Affairs, Wafaa Al-Kilani, and the Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, Adel Jumua, in order to follow up on the company's situation and its plan to address the conditions of its hotels as well as tourist villages that have been shut for ten years.