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In [[February]] [[2152]], ''Enterprise'' was accused of destroying the [[Paraagan colony]] and its mission was canceled. Soval suggested that the complete Human space exploration program be canceled for twenty years, as they were not ready to explore the galaxy. However, after the ''Enterprise'' crew were found innocent and with a statement by T'Pol, Starfleet Command ignored Soval's recommendation and the mission was reinstated. ({{e|ENT|Shockwave}})
 
In [[February]] [[2152]], ''Enterprise'' was accused of destroying the [[Paraagan colony]] and its mission was canceled. Soval suggested that the complete Human space exploration program be canceled for twenty years, as they were not ready to explore the galaxy. However, after the ''Enterprise'' crew were found innocent and with a statement by T'Pol, Starfleet Command ignored Soval's recommendation and the mission was reinstated. ({{e|ENT|Shockwave}})
   
Later that year, fighting once again broke out between the Confederacy of Vulcan and the [[Andorian Empire]] over the disputed planetoid Paan Mokar. [[Andorian Imperial Guard]] [[Commander]] [[Hravishran th'Zoarhi]] requested that Jonathan Archer, a third party he trusted, to mediate cease-fire talks. Ambassador Soval was ordered by the High Command to contact the United Earth Starfleet and Captain Archer. Soval and Vulcan Subcommander [[Muroc]] rendezvoused with ''Enterprise'' to relay the message. Soval was not initially in favor of Archer's presence, and was suspicious of the Andorians' request for his mediation. Nonetheless, he agreed to meet with Commander th’Zoarhi in Captain Archer's company on Paan Mokar's surface. Unfortunately, their shuttle was shot down by renegade Andorian forces; Soval initially sought to meet up with Vulcan forces afterward, but Archer insisted on speaking to th’Zoarhi. Soval was injured in an attempt to reach th’Zoarhi's headquarters by the renegade Guardsmen, but nonetheless provided Archer with cover fire while in combat. Eventually, Soval, Archer, and Vulcan Subcommander T'Pol were captured by th’Zoarhi's forces, leading to the identification and arrest of the renegades. Archer then began to mediate a cease-fire aboard ''Enterprise'' -- an agreement that proved mutually acceptable to all, and held for over two years. To celebrate, th’Zoarhi insisted that they drink to it with [[Andorian ale]]. Although reluctant, Soval did not wish to offend th’Zoarhi, and partook in the gesture. As T'Pol escorted the Ambassador to the Vulcan ship, he admitted to Captain Archer that "[his] presence here [had] not been... overly meddlesome." Soval's view of Captain Archer and Humanity was beginning to change. ({{e|ENT|Cease Fire}})
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Later that year, fighting once again broke out between the Confederacy of Vulcan and the [[Andorian Empire]] over the disputed planetoid ''[[Paan mokar]]''. [[Andorian Imperial Guard]] [[Commander]] [[Hravishran th'Zoarhi]] requested that Jonathan Archer, a third party he trusted, to mediate cease-fire talks. Ambassador Soval was ordered by the High Command to contact the United Earth Starfleet and Captain Archer. Soval and Vulcan Subcommander [[Muroc]] rendezvoused with ''Enterprise'' to relay the message. Soval was not initially in favor of Archer's presence, and was suspicious of the Andorians' request for his mediation. Nonetheless, he agreed to meet with Commander th’Zoarhi in Captain Archer's company on ''Paan Mokar'''s surface. Unfortunately, their shuttle was shot down by renegade Andorian forces; Soval initially sought to meet up with Vulcan forces afterward, but Archer insisted on speaking to th’Zoarhi. Soval was injured in an attempt to reach th’Zoarhi's headquarters by the renegade Guardsmen, but nonetheless provided Archer with cover fire while in combat. Eventually, Soval, Archer, and Vulcan Subcommander T'Pol were captured by th’Zoarhi's forces, leading to the identification and arrest of the renegades. Archer then began to mediate a cease-fire aboard ''Enterprise'' -- an agreement that proved mutually acceptable to all, and held for over two years. To celebrate, th’Zoarhi insisted that they drink to it with [[Andorian ale]]. Although reluctant, Soval did not wish to offend th’Zoarhi, and partook in the gesture. As T'Pol escorted the Ambassador to the Vulcan ship, he admitted to Captain Archer that "[his] presence here [had] not been... overly meddlesome." Soval's view of Captain Archer and Humanity beginning to change. ({{e|ENT|Cease Fire}})
   
 
Following the [[Xindi]] attack on Earth in [[March]] [[2153]], Soval was skeptical of the information that Captain Archer had obtained from the [[Suliban Cabal]] about the perpetrators of the attack. As instructed by his government, he explained that Vulcan would not become embroiled in Earth's conflict, nor would it aide in Earth's attempts to locate the attackers. Believing Archer's claims of receiving information from the far future to be quite fantastical, he sent [[Fer'at]], a Vulcan psychologist, undercover to ''Enterprise'' to ascertain whether Archer was under mental pressure. When Starfleet Command approved Archer's proposal to enter the [[Delphic Expanse]] and track down the Xindi, Soval, acting on behalf of the High Command, demanded that T'Pol return to Vulcan for a new assignment. However, she refused and resigned her commission. Soval remained on Earth throughout the duration of the [[Xindi Crisis]]. ({{e|ENT|The Expanse}})
 
Following the [[Xindi]] attack on Earth in [[March]] [[2153]], Soval was skeptical of the information that Captain Archer had obtained from the [[Suliban Cabal]] about the perpetrators of the attack. As instructed by his government, he explained that Vulcan would not become embroiled in Earth's conflict, nor would it aide in Earth's attempts to locate the attackers. Believing Archer's claims of receiving information from the far future to be quite fantastical, he sent [[Fer'at]], a Vulcan psychologist, undercover to ''Enterprise'' to ascertain whether Archer was under mental pressure. When Starfleet Command approved Archer's proposal to enter the [[Delphic Expanse]] and track down the Xindi, Soval, acting on behalf of the High Command, demanded that T'Pol return to Vulcan for a new assignment. However, she refused and resigned her commission. Soval remained on Earth throughout the duration of the [[Xindi Crisis]]. ({{e|ENT|The Expanse}})
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