Like with Preambulatory Phrases these should be made clear using either bold, underline or italics, or a mixture of all three. Verbs should be used in the third person, to make it clear that you are outlining what the country wishes, not what you wish.
Again, it is bad practice to use any Operative Phrase or Preambulatory Phrase more than once, there are plenty to choose from.
Here is a list of some of the available choices. Feel free to add any others.
|Authorizes||Calls for||Calls upon||Condemns||Confirms|
|Congratulates||Considers||Declares accordingly||Designates||Draws the attention of|
|Emphasises||Encourages||Endorses||Expresses||Expresses its appreciation|
|Expresses its hope||Further invites||Further proclaims||Further recommends||Further reminds|
|Further requests||Further resolves||Have resolved||Notes||Proclaims|
|Resolves||Solemnly affirms||Strongly condemns||Strongly suggests||Suggests|
|Supports||Takes note of||Transmits||Trusts||Urges|
Note: Only the Security Council can Demand anything.