"As my colleague Adam Garrie has previously reported, on 31st December 2016 the United Nations Security Council unanimously supported Resolution 2336, a Russian drafted Resolution enshrining the Russian-Turkish ceasefire plan for Syria"
I checked the definition of enshrine: to preserve or cherish as sacred
It was widely reported, that the Russian/Turkish ceasefire was not enshrined at the UN Security Council, because it was not endorsed by all parties and had to dropped to get the resolution passed.
December 31, 2016:
Initial reports noted this resolution passed unanimously by the Security Council.. but the information, widely disseminated shortly after the initial news broke made clear the resolution was passed only after changes were made
Western members of the council had sought changes to the draft resolution circulated by Russia and Turkey during consultations Saturday morning to clarify the role of the U.N. and the meaning of the agreement brokered by Moscow and Ankara
The final text dropped an endorsement of the Syria cease-fire agreement brokered by Moscow and Ankara, and it changed the draft to call the Astana meeting "an important step ahead of the resumption of negotiations under the auspices of the United Nations in Geneva on Feb. 8, 2017."
Therefore what ever may have been enshrined at the UN, via the resolution, did not include an endorsement of the ceasefire agreement. Because that was dropped so this resolution could be passed.
I left two comments at Saker's regarding the piece by Mr Mercouris-