The UN envoy to Yemen, Jamal Benomar, hinted Saturday that the UN Security Council might take strict measures against the obstructers of the power-transfer deal in the country according to the article 41.
In a press conference, Benomar said the Council has decided to keep the situation of Yemen on its agenda despite the deal and the move comes because the security, economic and humanitarian deterioration still affects the political reconciliation.
The UN realizes challenges faced in Yemen and has called to cease all acts undermining the democratic transition in the country, he said.
"My current visit aims to evaluate progress on implementing the deal and the Council's decisions No 2014 and 2051 over the democratic transition in Yemen," he told reporters.
"The visit also aims to provide assistance to the technical committee in charge with preparation for a comprehensive Yemen dialogue that will pave the way for 2011 elections and then better life".
He said the democratic transition in Yemen is unique in a region which has been swept by unrest since last year and that the UN provides full support to the efforts of President Abdrabu Mansour Hadi, especially the decisions to restructure the armed forces, and the dialogue committee.
"There are good signs and we are very optimistic about progress in Yemen despite economic challenges such as increasing poverty and unemployment and despite persistent obstructions to the transition," he said.
The international community supports the Yemeni people and development in this country will not be achieved except through dialogue, he continued.