According to Churkin, "the sale of hydrocarbons from the territories controlled by Daesh shows no signs of abating."
"The largest volume of oil products is sold via Turkey, with thousands of tanker trucks going through border crossings in Karkamıs, Akcakale, Dzhilvegezyu and Ondzhupynarm," Churkin said.
He also said that the smuggled oil is then delivered to a refinery of the Turkish company Turkiye Petrol Rafinerileri AS (Tupras) in the province of Batman.
"But the largest flow of hydrocarbons is shipped via Turkish ports in the Mediterranean, mainly through the port of Ceyhan," Churkin said, adding that oil smuggling brings Daesh militants at least 1.5 million dollars per day.
In this vein, Churkin stressed that it was necessary to counter Daesh with "a decisive and coordinated response."
"We can only eliminate this absolute evil by acting in concert and without double standards, including in the cause of the complete elimination of terrorists' funding channels," Churkin said.
In particular, the resolution called upon countries to criminalize financial transactions related to terrorism, including all transactions with individual terrorists and terrorist groups.
The document also called for the provision of guidance on stopping Daesh's oil smuggling, extortion, taxation, robbery, kidnapping for ransom, foreign donations, trade in antiquities, and human trafficking.