The Security Council despite being inactive for the first 45 years of its existence because of the Cold War, has been fully functioning since 1990. Holding "primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security", this committee is composed of 5 permanent members and 10 other members elected every two years.
The UNSC is the organ that handles international sanctions, peacekeeping operations, authorizes military actions and its members have the power to alter the UN Charter, one of the most important documents in the solving of international conflicts.
Furthermore, the UNSC was created is composed of 15 member states, however, only 5 of them are permanent. All the other 10 members are changed every two years and elected by a regional body. The permanent members — China, Russia, France, the United States, and the United Kingdom — have the power of vetoing resolutions. The UNSC has the resources and power to make important decisions that will bring solutions to these issues.
Tackling the Palestine-Israel Conflict and the status of Jerusalem.
Addressing the question of targeting cybercrime.