Costing $10 million: Former Libyan regime headquarters turns into national park

The Tripoli General Services Company began removing buildings, compounds and concrete walls surrounding the Bab al-Aziziya complex in the center of the capital, which was the residence and administration of the country, during the previous regime; in preparation for turning it into a national park.

Earlier, security services evacuated the site, which extends over a distance of six square kilometers, from citizens who occupied some of its properties. Bulldozers and heavy machinery belonging to Tripoli municipality were seen carrying out demolition and removal work.

It is noteworthy that the government had allocated a budget of more than ten million dinars, an initial cost of converting the complex into a national park, in cooperation with the Public Services Company, which supervises the parks, parks and environmental works of the capital.

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