The European Union Ambassadors to Lebanon, U.S. Ambassador David Hale and U.N. Special Coordinator for Lebanon Derek Plumbly will hold a meeting next week in Beirut to discuss the Lebanese presidential elections.
According to al-Liwaa newspaper published on Monday, the meeting will be held to urge Lebanese officials to elect a new head of state within the constitutional deadline .
The ambassadors will call on the officials to avert any possible vacuum  at the helm of country's top Christian post, which will have a “dangerous” impact on the Lebanese structure and the country's stability.
A diplomatic source told the daily that Plumbly will release a statement after the meeting.
The source revealed that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is expected to issue a similar statement to warn of the economic woos that will impact the country if the Lebanese shall fail to elect a new president.
The parliament has so far been unable to elect a new head of state over lack of consensus among the March 8 and 14 alliances over the name of the new head of state, raising fears of a presidential vacuum.
A new parliamentary session is scheduled to take place on Thursday. But the lack of agreement between the political arch-foes  will likely lead to a similar boycott by the March 8 alliance's lawmakers.
President Michel Suleiman's six-year term ends on May 25.