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"The Sokovia Accords. Approved by 117 countries, it states that the Avengers shall no longer be a private organization. Instead, they'll operate under the supervision of a United Nations panel, only when and if that panel deems it necessary."
Thaddeus Ross to the Avengers[src]

The United Nations is an intergovernmental organization established to promote international co-operation.

History

The Ten Rings attacked a United Nations base in Al-Kut, Iraq.[1]

During the HYDRA Uprising, S.H.I.E.L.D. was labelled as a terrorist organization. As such, the international community had cut ties with the organization.[2]

While watching news footage of the destruction of the Triskelion by one of the Helicarriers of Project Insight, Agent-in-charge Phil Coulson asked Agent Shade to contact Agent Martin as a back door method of communicating with the United Nations.[3]

They were attacked on their headquarters during a talk by Brigadier General Glenn Talbot by HYDRA operatives posing as S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. Later, Senator Christian Ward had a press conference revealing that his brother was a traitor and HYDRA agent.[4] Sunil Bakshi was then held responsible for the attack.[5]

With public opinion of the Avengers and enhanced individuals increasingly divided due to the events in New York, Washington, D.C., Sokovia and Lagos, the United Nations passed the Sokovia Accords, a set of legal documents that would police the number of enhanced individuals while simultaneously deciding where and when the Avengers would operate.[6]

Appearances

Appearances for United Nations

In chronological order:

Gallery

References

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