The mission, which also covers the ports of Salif and Ras Issa, leads and supports the Reintegration Coordination Commission, which is responsible for overseeing the ceasefire, the deployment of armed forces and mine clearance. Tomorrow morning (16 January), the Security Council is expected to adopt a resolution establishing the United Nations Mission in Support of the Hodeidah Agreement (UNMHA). Following the initial consultations at P5, the United Kingdom circulated the draft resolution to the entire Council on 11 January. On the same day, the members of the Council met for a first reading of the text. MEPs had until yesterday afternoon (14 January) to speak. The draft resolution adopted today (15 January) a procedure of silence and is now blue. 1. Applicants should only submit at this stage the P-11 form (Word format), as OSESGY cannot take into account CV or CV. Therefore, only applications submitted via the UN P-11 form will be considered. Please also do not provide supporting documents such as educational diplomas/certificates. These documents are only requested by candidates who have passed the assessment/interview process.
It calls on UN Member States, in particular neighbouring countries, to support the implementation of MINMHA`s mandate. The Hodeidah Agreement, considered important in addressing the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, provided for a role for the United Nations in supporting the management of the three ports by the Yemeni port authorities and in providing possible assistance in channelling port revenues to the Hodeidah branch of the Central Bank of Yemen. These will be functions provided by the United Nations Country Team (UNCFA), as outlined in the Secretary-General`s proposal, which also states that UNCCA will assist MINQA in supporting and training a police force and re-establishing infrastructure and police stations in Hodeidah. The United Nations Verification and Inspection Mechanism (VIVIM) also sends staff to ports to improve the monitoring of incoming commercial shipments, while the Office of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen (OSESGY) has already supported the forecasting team. In this context, the draft resolution stresses the importance of close cooperation and coordination among all United Nations agencies operating in Yemen in order to avoid duplication and maximize the use of existing resources, including by OSESGY, the Resident/Humanitarian Coordinator, UNCT, UNMHA and UNVIM. Resolution 2534, which received the unanimous support of the 15 members of the Council, decides that UNMHA will continue to support the implementation of the Hodeidah Agreement as set out in the December 2018 Stockholm Agreement between the Yemeni government and the Houthi rebels. .