Speaking about Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP), a senior Space Force official has acknowledged that UAP are detected globally and admitted, “quite frankly, having flown 83 different airplanes and had lots of hours, we’ve all seen lots of unexplainable elements.”
Talking to The New York Foreign Press Center on 14 April, Major General John Olson, Mobilization Assistant to the Chief of Space Operations for the U.S. Space Force, added that more international cooperation and collaboration with other countries was needed, stating:
“I do believe it does involve collaborative inputs and information exchange with all kinds of countries around the globe, because I think these are not just solely actions or events that occur within the confines of the United States.”
He added that the U.S. has collected and shared information regarding UAP detected around the globe, whilst underlining that it is the Space Force’s view to conduct efforts in a transparent manner:
“They’ve occurred globally, and I think we’re collecting that information.
“We’re sharing information.
“We view that as an open and transparent effort and activity through the United States Congress and executed by our UAP Task Force office, and so I would encourage greater collaboration and cooperation in that, and particularly I think as we see various technologies that will help demystify or debunk or clarify.”
Notably, Olson suggested that such cooperation and collaboration needed was comparable to the United Nation’s International Civil Aviation Organization, an effort funded and directed by 193 national governments, including China, to support their diplomacy and cooperation in air transport.
“So when we can better share and exchange information, I think that’s better, much like we do in the International Civil Aviation Organization or otherwise known as ICAO, or in any other international bodies as well.
“I think there’s a fertile and important opportunity to be pursued there.”
This comes following the approval of Project Titan by San Marino, meaning the nation will submit a proposal to the UN for the creation of a permanent office tasked with the preparation of periodic global conferences dedicated to the scientific study of UAP.
Source: Liberation Times