The United Nations Security Council is scheduled to discuss the situation in Libya by the end of this week, according to the council’s agenda for August.
The Security Council will hold a briefing followed by consultations regarding the country on Wednesday, August 24.
Both the briefing and subsequent consultations will focus on the internationally imposed sanctions on the country as well as the U.N. Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL).
Last month, the Security Council voted to extend the mandate of UNSMIL for three months. The short extension was a result of Russian objections who insist that a new UNSMIL head is chosen before it agrees to a longer extension.
Stephanie Williams, who led the U.N.-sponsored peace process in Libya as special advisor, left her post in late July. The U.N. is yet to decide on a replacement or name a special envoy to lead UNSMIL.