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United Nations
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Type Governmental and Military Organization
Secretary-General Faruk Al-Bashir
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Headquarters Mogadishu, East Africa Sector
Languages Arabic
English
French
Chinese
Russian
Spanish
Others
Founding 26 June 1945
The United Nations (UN) is a federation of 42 semi-autonomous Sectors.

The United Nations (UN) is an organization established on 24 October 1945 to ensure the Human race's continued survival and progress. At its founding, the UN was consisted of 51 divided countries, it has since succeeded in uniting all states of the world. The UN Headquarters is situated in Mogadishu, East Africa Sector. Further main offices are situated in New York, Geneva, Pyongyang, Singapore and Caracas.

The organization is financed by assessed and voluntary contributions from its constituent sectors. Its main objective is to maintain the survival and continued progress of the human race by maintaining global peace and security, promoting human rights, providing social and economic development, protecting the environment, and dealing with cases of famine, natural disaster, and armed conflict.

The UN has seven principal departments. These are the General Assembly, the International Court of Justice, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), the Secretariat, the United Nations Public Information and Safety Commission (UNPISC), the United Nations Space and Colonial Command (UNSCC) and the Human Society Development and Progress Commission (HSDPC).

UN System agencies include the World Bank Group, the World Health Organization, the World Food Programme, UNESCO, and UNICEF. The leader of the UN is the Secretary-General, an office currently held by Faruk Al-Bashir.

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Main article: United Nations Mandate Sector

United Nations Mandate Sectors (UNMS) are the 39 local government areas created to simplify global peacekeeping efforts and preserve the various human cultures.

  • Asia Region
    • Central Asia
    • East Asia
    • Indian Peninsula
    • Japanese Archipelago
    • North-East Asia
    • Siberia
    • Korean Peninsula
    • South-East Asia
    • Middle East
    • Indonesian Archipelago
    • Australia
    • Pacific
  • European Region
    • Eastern Europe
    • Western Europe
    • Northern Europe
    • Southern Europe
    • Scandinavia
    • British Isles
    • Iceland
  • African Region
    • North Africa
    • East Africa
    • South Africa
    • West Africa
    • Madagascar
  • North American Region
    • Central America
    • North-West America
    • North-East America
    • Far Northern America
  • South American Region
    • South-West America
    • Much of South American remains out of the control of the UN.


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