Security Council to hold session on Libya situation next Thursday

The United Nations (UN) Security Council is scheduled to hold a session to discuss the latest situation in Libya on next Thursday in New York.

According to the official website of the United Nations, the Security Council members are scheduled to give briefings, followed by consultations, on the work of the UN Support Mission in Libya.

The Head of the Sanctions Committee in Libya is scheduled to give a briefing to the Security Council members to inform them about the committee’s latest activities.

Last April, members of the UN Security Council voted unanimously on a draft resolution for Britain to extend the mandate of the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) for a period of 3 months, ending in late July.

Source: Security Council


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