(1) There is a special formal language to be used in the resolutions. Its pre-abmulatory and operative clauses must start with verbs, but their forms differ depending on the part. In the preamble verbs should usually be put in -ing form (reaffirming, noting that, bearing in mind), while in the operative part verbs are to be used in the 3rd person singular (calls upon, urges, encourages).
(2) Lines with pre-ambulatory and operative clauses must be enumerated.
(3) Since resolution is a single long sentence, no capital letters or points are used in the preamble or the operative part. Verbs entering the clause should be typed in italics.
(4) Pre-abmulatory clauses may mention pervious UN efforts to solve the problem (past resolutions, international treaties, UN Charter), as well as underline the significance of the problem.
(5) Operative clauses offer complete solutions and must be detailed enough (what should be done, who is responsible, what resources are to be allocated etc.)