The UN Security Council has unanimously adopted Resolution 2402 (2018), which renews until 26 February 2019 the arms embargo, travel bans and asset freezes against those “threatening peace and security in Yemen”. UN press release here.
An alternate draft resolution, tabled by the UK, was defeated by a vote of 11 in favour to 2 against (Russia (veto) and Bolivia), with 2 abstentions (China and Kazakhstan). That draft would have highlighted “specific non-compliance by Iran”, namely, the Panel of Experts’ finding that Iran had failed to take the necessary measures to prevent the supply, sale or transfer of short-range ballistic missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles to the then Houthi-Saleh alliance, breaching para 14 of UNSC Resolution 2216 (2015). Following the draft resolution’s defeat, the US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley warned of unilateral (although unspecified) action against Iran.