Yemeni President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi urged again Tuesday the UN to give the green light for international military intervention in Yemen.

It asks the Security Council to adopt a “binding resolution” to stop the advance of the Houthi Shiite militiamen.

The head of state paints a gloomy picture of the situation. He states including fear al Qaeda “takes advantage of the current instability to aggravate the chaos and drag the country into more violence and fragmentation.”

No meeting planned at this stage

He also mentioned unspecified “missile capacity stolen from the legitimate authority” and requests the United Nations to help control.

The Security Council has so far issued a simple statement of support for Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, in an emergency session convened on Sunday at the request of the Yemeni president.

Diplomats said no new board meeting is planned at this stage.

Forces hostile to President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi tried Tuesday to tighten the grip on Aden largest city in southern Yemen where entrenched the head of state.