"The Danish major-general Michael Lollesgaard has been appointed head of the UN observer mission in war-torn Yemen. Lollesgaard replaces the Dutch general Patrick Cammaert, who in February resigns after just a month on the job."
"the Dane will lead the 75 the UN observers from the important port city of al-Hudaydah to monitor the settlement in december were made in Swedish Uppland complied with. It includes, among other things, an agreement on ceasefire and the withdrawal of the soldiers. The seaport is controlled in the present by Huthirebeller and is surrounded by the center of the loyal forces – the two core parties, give in the conflict."
"Lollesgaard shall report directly to the UN envoy, Martin Griffiths. He has previously been Denmark's military representative to Nato and the EU, and head of a peacekeeping force in Mali. It was the UN security council earlier in January the decision on the observation mission, which has a mandate of up to six months."