In that way, the United Nations Mission in support of the Hodeida Accord (UNMHA) will continue providing assistance in a nation that has been facing a conflict for over six years, according to the document adopted unanimously.
In addition, the UN representatives assured the multilateral organization will continue contributing to the implementation of the ceasefire deal in that city and in the ports of Hodeida, Salif and Ras Issa, as established in the Stockholm Agreement, in 2018.
The new Security Council resolution again calls on the sides to work to ensure stability.
UNMHA is currently tasked with monitoring and supporting the implementation of the ceasefire and the redeployment of forces.
That nation is suffering one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises due, in large part, to the conflict pitting government troops against Houthi rebels, according to United Nations reports.
The crisis escalated in 2015 with the start of bombing raids by a Saudi-led anti-insurgent coalition.