United Nations Security Council is one of the 6 principal organs and the apex body of the United Nations, entrusted with ensuring international peace and security, accepting new members into the United Nations, and approving any recommendation to the Charter of the United Nations. The Security Council is the only organ of the United Nations which can enforce binding resolutions on its member states. The Council's primary concern is to concentrate action on those responsible for the policies condemned by the international forum while minimizing the impact on other parts of the population and economy.