Friday saw the closure of the UN Inspection body that searched without success for non existent Saddam Hussein's WMD.
The US and Iraq have called it an "historic day".
The resolution terminating the mandate of the U.N. bodies responsible for overseeing the dismantling of Saddam's programs to develop nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and long-range missiles was approved by a vote of 14-0 with Russia abstaining.
Russia's U.N. Ambassador Vitaly Churkin objected to the council's failure to comply with previous resolutions demanding that the inspectors certify that Iraq has no banned weapons or missiles before terminating their mandate.
"The adoption of this resolution does not give any clear answers to the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq."