• Bans sale to, or export from, N Korea of military hardware

  • Bans sale or export of nuclear and missile related items

  • Bans sale of luxury goods

  • Freezes finances and bans travel of anyone involved in nuclear, missile programmes

  • Allows inspection of cargo to and from N Korea

  • Stresses new resolution needed for further action

 China seems to be making a good start of it according to the Korean Herald

At a border-crossing post in the Chinese city of Dandong, customs officers opened the back of each truck and looked at the cargo, although they did not open individual boxes or bags. By contrast, reporters who visited the border post last week did not see inspectors open any trucks.

This is despite Wang Guangya’s lack of enthusiasm for cargo checks in an interview given on saturday directly after the UN voted.