A stadium in Tripoli under construction
Confederation of African Football (Caf) general secretary Hicham El Amrani says Libya will remain as hosts for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, despite the ongoing troubles in the country.
The country has been gripped by political and social unrest since the the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi and some reports had suggested Algeria could step in as hosts.
Libya was due to host the 2013 edition of the tournament but precarious security saw the event switched to South Africa, who had been down to host in 2017.
Although the country remains unstable, El Amrani told BBC Sport: "We have not received any communication from Algeria about replacing Libya and Caf's position has not changed since Libya was confirmed as hosts for the 2017 tournament.
The Confederation of African Football's executive committee has revealed the host cities for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco.
Rabat, Marrakech, Agadir and Tangier will host the matches for the 17 January to 7 February tournament.
Morocco's largest city Casablanca will be the "alternative'' or reserve venue.
Caf also said the Libyan Football Federation had submitted cities and venues for approval for its hosting of the 2017 Nations Cup.
Libya was supposed to host the 2013 tournament but allowed South Africa to take over because of the 2011 civil war that ousted late Libya leader Muammar Gaddafi.
The symposium for the analysis of the Orange Africa Cup of Nations 2012 and 2013 resumed for the second day in Cairo, Egypt.
The second day started with a session including Stephen Keshi, coach of Nigeria, Herve Renard Zambia coach and three football committee members, Ben Koufie (Ghana), Mohamed Abdullah Mazda (Sudan) and Mallouche Belhassan (Tunisia).
At the beginning CAF technical director Abdul Menaem Hussein (Shatta) presented coach Keshi as the second African to win the Cup of Nations as player and coach, after Egypt’s late Mahmoud El Gohary who achieved the feat as a player in 1959 and coach in 1998. Keshi repeated the feat after 15 years as he won CAN as a player in 1994 and as a coach in 2013.