The UN Security Council has demanded the UN Secretary General's Special Envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths to update the council on the developments in Yemen to allow it to take the necessary measures for supporting political settlement.
In a statement following an extraordinary session on Yemen on Tuesday, the council demanded the full implementation of its resolutions concerning Yemen.
It welcomed the Yemeni government's show and regretted the Houthi rebels' no-show in Geneva for the peace talks that were supposed to be held on September 6.
It urged all parties to support the Griffiths-led process of confidence building measures and engage in any future consultations in good faith.
It also renewed its commitment to Yemen's unity, sovereignty and independence.