Rio 2016 will update the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on the dissolution of the Organising Committee and payment of debts at their Extraordinary Session next week.
Medals awarded during last year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro have begun to disintegrate and need repairing.
Organisers of Rio 2016 have asked Federal and Municipal Governments to help pay the outstanding BRL117 million (£29.1 million/$37.8 million/€34 million) debt from the Paralympic Games.
Rio's Olympic and Paralympic organisers still owe at least R$87 million (£21.9 million/$28 million/€26.2 million) in outstanding payments to suppliers and third parties contracted for last year's Games.
Exclusive: Rio 2016 insist all ticketing refunds will be paid by January 10 as concerns grow over late payments
Rio 2016 have set a deadline of Tuesday (January 10) to pay refunds still owed for Olympic and Paralympic ticket exchanges which should have been paid in November.
Rio 2016 have rejected claims that they are to blame for the state of disrepair the Maracanã Stadium has fallen into since it hosted Opening and Closing Ceremonies and football finals at last year's Olympic and Paralympic Games.
IPC forced to bailout five National Paralympic Committees after Rio 2016 miss latest deadline for travel payments
Five African countries have received financial support from the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) in order to avoid missing loan repayments after Rio 2016 failed to meet a second deadline for travel grants.
Rio 2016 have insisted today that only two workforce members and 700 suppliers remain yet to be paid following the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Rio 2016 communications director Mario Andrada has claimed they have "no regrets" over the timing of its move to drive ticket sales for the Paralympic Games.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) claim they remain optimistic that the #FillTheSeats crowdfunding campaign will reach its target of $300,000 (£226,000/€267,000) as it aims to help tackle the problem of sparsely populated venues at Rio 2016.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has confirmed that 159 countries will participate at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, which are due to get underway here today.
Tickets for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games are expected to sell out, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has said, with sales here now passing the 1.5 million mark.
Only 12 per cent of tickets have been sold for next month's Paralympic Games, Rio 2016 admitted today, despite previously announcing a figure of 33 per cent or higher.
Rio 2016 will not receive any more public funding for the Olympic and Paralympic Games from the Brazilian Government unless they make available full financial and spending details, a court has ruled.
Nearly one million gallons of clear water is to be transferred from a nearby practice pool to replace the green-tinged water at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Center here after organisers have abandoned attempts to return it to its natural state.