The UN Security Council will hold a session Monday on Libya, during which the UN envoy, Abdoulaye Bathily, will give a briefing on political, security and humanitarian developments, followed by closed consultations on the situation in the country.
The Security Council Report website said that Bathily will brief the members during this session on his efforts to facilitate agreement on a new roadmap for the elections.
Monday's session is also expected to focus on developments in the military track, in addition to the humanitarian situation and human rights, according to the report, including arbitrary detention and conditions in illegal immigration centers.
Bathily is also likely to seek the support of the Security Council for a new road map. The session may result in a press release announcing the adoption of the details of the upcoming plan, according to the report.