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Banner o  Unitit Naitions Arabic: الأمم المتحدةSimplifee'd Chinese: 联合国French: Organisation des Nations uniesRoushie: Организация Объединённых НацийSpaingie: United Nations
Emblem o  Unitit Naitions Arabic: الأمم المتحدةSimplifee'd Chinese: 联合国French: Organisation des Nations uniesRoushie: Организация Объединённых НацийSpaingie: United Nations
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Cairt shawin the member states o the Unitit Nations[lower-alpha 1]
Heidquarters New York City (International territory)
Offeecial leids
Teep Intergovrenmental organisation
Membership 193 member states
2 observer states
Leaders
António Guterres
Amina J. Mohammed
Peter Thomson
Frederick Musiiwa Makamure Shava
Román Oyarzun Marchesi
Establishment
• UN Chairter signed
26 Juin 1945 (1945-06-26)
• Chairter entered intae force
24 October 1945 (1945-10-24)
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The Unitit Naitions Organisation (UNO) or simply the Unitit Naitions (UN) is an internaitional organisation whose statit aims are facilitatin cooperation in internaitional law, internaitional security, economic development, social progress, human richts, an achievement o warld peace. The UN wis foondit in 1945 after Warld War II tae replace the League o Naitions, tae stop wars atween kintras, an tae provide a platform for dialogue. It contains multiple subsidiary organisations tae carry oot its missions.

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  1. This cairt disna represent the view o its members or the UN concernin the legal status o ony kintra,[1] nor daes it accurately reflect which auries' govrenments hae UN representation. This cairt shaws pairtially recognised states such as Kosovo or Taiwan as pairt o their claimin govrenments (Serbie an Cheenae respectively)

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  1. "The World Today" (PDF). Retrieved 18 Juin 2009. The designations employed and the presentation of material on this map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country 
  2. Official Languages, www.un.org. Retrieved 22 May 2015.