The militia's intervention in the Yemeni conflict aims to derail the peace negotiations, the Yemeni government said in a complaint filed to the UN Security Council.
Yemeni forces are advancing towards al-Durayhimi district, while Saudi Arabia announced it was resuming oil shipments through the Bab al-Mandab Strait.
The committee will ensure peace proposals are in line with Security Council Resolution 2216, the Gulf Initiative and the National Dialogue.
In liberated parts of al-Hodeida province, residents have been conducting a campaign to remove the Houthis' graffiti, slogans and posters.
Sanctions have been imposed on individuals and entities that operate in Iran under the auspices of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
The Iran-backed militia has been ramping up its attacks as the coalition advances on key Houthi-held areas.
Yemeni forces, backed by the Arab coalition, are nine kilometres away from regaining the coastal port of al-Hodeidah from Houthi control.
President Michel Aoun seeks dialogue to fully implement the Taif Accord and develop a national strategy to ensure Lebanon's security.
Brig. Gen. Tareq Saleh has entered the battle against the Iran-backed Houthis on Yemen's Red Sea coast with four well-equipped brigades.
The Iran-backed militia has been purging the ranks of civil service agencies of all employees allied with Saleh's General People's Congress.