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Soval was re-instated as Vulcan's Ambassador to United Earth with the establishment of the new Vulcan government. Ambassador Soval attended United Earth [[Prime Minister of United Earth|Prime Minister]] [[Nathan Samuels]]' opening negotiations for the establishment of a [[Coalition of Planets]] in [[San Francisco]] in January [[2155]]. He, like all non-Humans, was amongst those threatened with death by the terrorist organization [[Terra Prime]] if he did not leave the [[Sol system]] within one day of the opening of negotiations. Ambassador Soval noted that the apparent public support for much of Terra Prime's xenophobic message, if not its overt threats, was a troubling facet of Human society. Nonetheless, when Captain Archer of ''Enterprise'' defeated the terrorist organization and gave a speech in support of the establishment of the Coalition to the assembled emissaries of prospective Coalition members, Soval was the first to rise, giving a standing ovation to Jonathan Archer and extending his support to Prime Minister Samuels' plans for the Coalition of Planets. Soval had firmly established himself as a new and strong ally of United Earth and Captain Archer. ({{e|ENT|{{ed|Demons}}|{{ed|Terra Prime}}}}; {{n|ENT|The Good That Men Do}})
 
Soval was re-instated as Vulcan's Ambassador to United Earth with the establishment of the new Vulcan government. Ambassador Soval attended United Earth [[Prime Minister of United Earth|Prime Minister]] [[Nathan Samuels]]' opening negotiations for the establishment of a [[Coalition of Planets]] in [[San Francisco]] in January [[2155]]. He, like all non-Humans, was amongst those threatened with death by the terrorist organization [[Terra Prime]] if he did not leave the [[Sol system]] within one day of the opening of negotiations. Ambassador Soval noted that the apparent public support for much of Terra Prime's xenophobic message, if not its overt threats, was a troubling facet of Human society. Nonetheless, when Captain Archer of ''Enterprise'' defeated the terrorist organization and gave a speech in support of the establishment of the Coalition to the assembled emissaries of prospective Coalition members, Soval was the first to rise, giving a standing ovation to Jonathan Archer and extending his support to Prime Minister Samuels' plans for the Coalition of Planets. Soval had firmly established himself as a new and strong ally of United Earth and Captain Archer. ({{e|ENT|{{ed|Demons}}|{{ed|Terra Prime}}}}; {{n|ENT|The Good That Men Do}})
   
With the rise of [[T'Pau]] to the position of [[Vulcan First Minister]], Soval was appointed [[Foreign Minister of the Confederacy of Vulcan]] in [[2155]], shortly after the [[Romulan]] attack on [[Coridan Prime]]. Minister Soval spent much of July 2155 on Earth, representing Vulcan on the [[Coalition of Planets Security Council]] during the escalating Coalition-Romulan crisis. ({{n|ENT|{{nd|Kobayashi Maru}}}})
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With the rise of [[T'Pau]] to the position of [[Vulcan First Minister]], Soval was appointed [[Foreign Minister of the Confederacy of Vulcan]] in [[2155]], shortly after the [[Romulan]] attack on [[Coridan Prime]]. Minister Soval spent much of July 2155 on Earth, representing Vulcan on the [[Coalition of Planets Security Council]] during the escalating Coalition-Romulan crisis. ({{n|ENT|Kobayashi Maru}})
   
 
Later in 2155, Soval opposed T'Pau's move to keep Vulcan out of the [[Earth-Romulan War]] and attempted to convince her to bring Vulcan into the war, but T'Pau remained adamant. Soval was then responsible for defending the policy in front of the Coalition government. ({{n|ENT|Beneath the Raptor's Wing}})
 
Later in 2155, Soval opposed T'Pau's move to keep Vulcan out of the [[Earth-Romulan War]] and attempted to convince her to bring Vulcan into the war, but T'Pau remained adamant. Soval was then responsible for defending the policy in front of the Coalition government. ({{n|ENT|Beneath the Raptor's Wing}})
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