Paris will host an international meeting on Libya next week with the participation of the United Nations, Germany, France, Italy, the US, and Britain, as reported by UAE-based newspaper, Al-Ittihad, citing a diplomatic source.

According to the publisher, the meeting aims to delve into the political and military developments in Libya, as well as the challenges hindering the elections process.

The group will debate ways to streamline the electoral process through a unified executive authority and explore the possibility of activating the UN envoy's initiative to form a high-level committee to prepare for the elections, the newspaper said.

The (6 + 6) Committee's outputs and the relevant observations from the House of Representatives will also be reviewed.