The Tripoli Public Services Company announced on Monday the resumption of its work after stopping it due to the security obstacles it was facing, adding that based on the instructions of the Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, all service branches and departments would return to their normal and assigned work.

Earlier Monday, Dbeibah instructed the Head and General Manager of the Tripoli Public Services Company to resume work.

This came in response to the report submitted by the company regarding the security obstacles facing the employees, which led to the suspension of their work.

Sources said that the obstacles that the company talked about were that security authorities seized the company’s cars on the pretext that those driving the cars were foreign workers with problems in their official papers.

Media sources reported that workers at the Public Services Company in Tripoli suspended their strike Monday, and returned to work. The company posted on its Facebook page photos of the workers who had returned to work and started removing piled garbage in various places in Tripoli.

Photos on social media showed garbage piled up in some streets of Tripoli as a result of a strike by company employees in the past days.