The Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator, Georgette Gagnon, has confirmed UN commitment to working with authorities, offering technical support to assess the situation and jointly identify urgent response strategies to address potential risks to affected people and communities affected by the rise in groundwater levels in Zliten.

A team from the World Health Organization conducted a field visit to the municipality of Zliten to assess the potential environmental and public health risks of the raising groundwater in the streets and houses in the municipality, according to Gagnon X platform page.