Nothing much to say on this except that it feels like the same old tepid response from the UN which will not change the situation. As it takes all of the permanent members (P5) to approve a resolution, at least the fact that both China and Russia signed on to it shows some unity among the P5. China and Russia are the closest allies North Korea has right now, but even they can't (or won't) lay the requisite pressure on North Korea to change course on its increasingly dangerous provocations.
The text is linked here. The title is "Non-proliferation/Democratic People’s Republic of Korea" and it's document number "S/RES/1718 (2006)."
Here is a link to the UN webcast archives, so you can see what the various diplomats had to say about the situation: 2006 Archived Webcasts of Security Council Meetings
- Security Council imposes sanctions on DPR Korea after its claimed nuclear test - UN News Centre
- UN slaps sanctions on North Korea - BBC
- U.N. Votes to Impose Sanctions on N. Korea - Washington Post
- NKorea rejection of UN resolution echoes country's long-held positions - International Herald Tribune
- Security Council Backs Sanctions on North Korea - New York Times