The UN Security Council is preparing to put forward a draft resolution that will condemn Russia for the unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. However, it is likely that this resolution will be vetoed by Russia, as it was in a similar vote in 2014 during the annexation of Crimea.
If Russia vetoes the resolution, it remains possible that the resolution will be taken to the General Assembly to be put up for vote through the use of U.N. Resolution 377.
"U.N. Resolution 377 is also known as the “Uniting for Peace” Resolution. In early 1950, the United States pushed through the resolution as a means of circumventing possible Soviet vetoes. The measure states that, in the event that the Security Council cannot maintain international peace, a matter can be taken up by the General Assembly. "
So far, Resolution 377 has been applied to the U.N. General Assembly a total of 5 times.