UN Security Council Resolution 2216 was issued on April 14, 2015, when the United Nations Security Council adopted the resolution at its 2216th session. The resolution imposed sanctions on freezing assets and banning foreign travel. The leader of the Huthis, Abdul Malik al-Houthi, Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh, son of the former president and former commander of the Yemeni Republican Guard, accused of “undermining peace, security and stability” in Yemen. It is noteworthy that the Security Council included Ali Abdullah Saleh and two Houthi leaders, Abdul Khaliq al-Houthi and Abdullah Yahya al-Hakim on the list of international sanctions in November 2014. 
The ban on the supply of arms, gear and military means includes Ali Abdullah Saleh, his son Ahmed, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, Abd al-Khaliq al-Houthi, Abdullah Yahya al-Hakim (Abu Ali al-Hakim) and all parties working for them or in implementation of their instructions in Yemen. Loyal to the favor.  The resolution called on neighboring countries to inspect shipments to Yemen in the event of suspected weapons, and called on the Houthis to stop fighting and withdraw their troops from the areas they imposed their control, including Sanaa. The text of the resolution calls upon all Yemeni parties to participate in a conference to be held in the Saudi capital of Riyadh under the auspices of the Gulf Cooperation Council.