The UN envoy to Yemen Jamal Benomar is due in in the capital Sanaa later Wednesday for a new trip which will be dedicated to having an idea about and supervising the current arrangements for a Yemeni comprehensive dialogue, the official agency Saba reported.
Benomar said that his current visit also aims to evaluate the commitment of the Yemeni parties to the deal and its implementation mechanism and that he will submit a report on the visit outcomes at the next meeting of the UN security council, according to Saba.
The dialogue will be held in November according to the power-transfer deal which was signed by the Yemeni parties after the 2011 turmoil.
"The UN is satisfied with progress on implementing the power-transfer deal in Yemen and the success of the donor conference, held on 4-5 September in Saudi Arabia, will represent one of the top priorities in the next period in the country," he was quoted as saying.
"The international community especially the countries sponsoring the deal is keen on making the dialogue a success and is watching the situation closely in Yemen," he added.
He urged the Yemeni factions to continue their full support to the efforts of President Abdrabu Mansour Hadi and the power-sharing government aimed at completing the power-transfer process peacefully and overcoming all challenges facing their country at the moment.