Nations Security Council has approved sending a UN mission that will last form
weeks to Yemen to follow up the implementation of the UN Security Council Resolution
2014 on Yemen, diplomatic sources have said.
The sources affirmed that the UN
Envoy to Yemen Jamal Beomar along with an accompanying delegation will arrive in
Sana'a within the few upcoming days.
The sources affirmed that the Un delegation
will follow up the commitment to the GCC-mediated power transfer deal, help the
Yemeni authorities in preparation for the national dialogue and military reorganization.
The sources told an Emirati
newspaper, Al-Khaleej, that the UN mission will stay in Yemen for weeks and
work with varying states to move forward the Yemeni political forces.
said that the mission will operate to help President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi and
the interim government to overcome any impediments to the national dialogue.
Yemen several times and he managed to persuade relatives of the former president
Ali Abdullah Saleh to hand over their military positions after prolonged
meetings with Yemen's various political sides and could resolve
several complicated issues during his frequent visits to the state.
informed the Yemeni political sided that sanctions would be imposed against any
sides that might threaten Yemen's security, stability and power transfer.
had cited that Yemen faces remarkable challenges pointing out to the southern
case, consequences of Saada's six wars and the tragedies of the displaced