Tripoli, 28 March 2013:
Clocks will go forward an hour at one o’clock in the morning, tomorrow, Friday, 29 March, when summer . . .[restrict]time begins.
The change had been intended to happen at 2 o’clock, but the government announced today that it was moving to 1 am.
The move to adopt daylight saving and stay in the same time zone as most countries in the Eureopan Union was taken last November by the government of Abdurrahim Al-Kib.
The EU countries, however, will be putting their clocks forward an hour on early Sunday morning.
The two-day difference in Libya and Europe changing times will not affect fight departures from Tripoli for Europe-bound flights. [/restrict]