This UN Security Council Resolution (1980) already recognized the illegality of Israel settlements in 1980 and called upon all States not to provide Israel with any assistance to be used specifically in connection with settlements in occupied territories.
This Report by United Nations Human Rights (2016) together with Reports of the UN Secretary General recognize that the encouragement of economic activity in Israeli settlements is a reason for settlements expansion.
The database (2020), developed and adopted by the UN Human Rights Council, of companies that are complicit in illegal Israeli settlements and that especially exploit water and land for profitable business purposes.
This UN Security Council Resolution (2016) confirms that Israeli settlements have no legal validity and constitute a flagrant violation of international law, and calls on all states to distinguish in their dealings between the territory of the State of Israel and the Occupied Territories.
This Advisory Opinion on the Wall (2004) recognizes that all states are under an obligation not to recognize or render aid or assistance to the illegal situation created by Israel’s violations of international law in Occupied Palestine.