UN Security Council warns to hinder transition process in Yemen.
At the conclusion of a series of closed-door talks on the latest developments in Yemen, the council expressed concern over the intervention of people inside Yemen representing the former regime, and the former opposition as well as those who did not abide by the principle of transition process mechanism.
The council confirmed to stand ready to implement additional procedures to those listed in Article 41 of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, if the actions that aimed to obstruct the efforts of the national reconciliation government and political transition process won't stop.
It also showed great concern about reports pointing out to the transferring of funds and weapons to Yemen from abroad in order to mess up transition period, renewing its commitment to the unity, stability and independence of Yemen.
The announcement of the date of the national dialogue conference in the 18th of March by President Abdo Rabu Mansour Hadi was welcomed by the council.
It also welcomed the issuance of presidential decree forming the executive office to accelerate the absorption of donor pledges within the framework of an agreement on mutual accountability.
At the end of its statement, the council noted it would continue to monitor closely the situation in Yemen as well as the next steps for succeeding the transition phase peacefully.
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