UN: Binomar won’t be Yemen office chief
“Binomar still works as the special advisor of the Secretary General of the U.N., in his office in New York,” Sabir said.
He said Binomar will keep his monthly shuttles to Yemen to facilitate the power transition in a peaceful way and to limit the obstacles which hinder the political transformation through the National Dialogue for all Yemenis.
Sabir said Binomar will meet all the Yemeni parties as the head of the international mission to observe and follow the implementation of U.N. Security Council resolutions 2014 and 2051, concerning Yemen.
Binomar arrives next Sunday, the first of July.
“There is an office in Yemen dedicated to the special political mission in Yemen, and it will increase the number of its experts,” he said.
However, Binomar will not be one of these experts, and he will continue his work from his office in New York in parallel with his regular visits to Yemen, according to Sabir.