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The UFO files released pertain to the declassification of UFO files, by member states of the United Nations, spanning a 50 year period from 1947 to 1997. The joint decision to release UFO files was considered prior to the year 2002.[1] Of The Big Five, France was the first country to release its UFO files, which happened in March 2007.[2] GEIPAN, under the national space agency,[3] unveiled a website documenting more than 1600 sightings spanning five decades, reports New Scientist magazine.[2] The initiative included the United Kingdom, Ecuador, Denmark, Brazil, Sweden, Canada and many other allied countries,[4] releasing files between the years 2007 to 2013.[5]

Lt Gen interview 1989 mentions an “Awareness Program” that is put in place to disseminate alien/UFO phenomena to the public. The interview was conducted approximately eleven years before the joint decision was made, by member states of the United Nations, to release UFO files to the world. The decision is believed to have been made in the year 2000.

Countries releasedEdit

United States of America:

New Zealand.

Brazil

Major UFO Breakthrough in Brazil - (May 22, 2005). UFO disclosure in Brazil: More top-secret files released by government - (September 30, 2009)

Canada

Denmark

  • Secret UFO Archives Opened in Denmark - The Danish Air Force has opened its UFO archives, providing information on over 15,000 reported extraterrestrial sightings to the public - the Copenhagen Post Online - (January 29, 2009)
  • Hemmeligt arkiv: 15-årig så rummænd på Fyn [Danish news article about UFO Archives] - Forside (January 28, 2009)
  • Denmark UFO Files Released (in Danish) - documented cases (January 29, 2009)
Above Top Secret Forum discussion with some translations of cases

Ireland

Irish defence forces eyed UFOs for 37 years (September 20, 2007). Ireland's UFO Files Released - A secret 'X-files' style dossier of UFO sightings in Northern Ireland has been made public for the first time. (August 2, 2007)

France

French space agency to publish UFO archive online. - Reuters (December 29, 2006). EUX TV - France Opens its Official UFO Archives (Thursday, March 22, 2007). New Scientist - France Opens Up its UFO Files (March 22, 2007). physorg.com - France opens secret UFO files covering 50 years (March 22, 2007). Washington Post - French space agency to publish UFO archive online (March 22, 2007). French 'X-Files' to Post Online - Live Science - from Associated Press (March 23, 2007). ABC News - France's Space Agency Puts Its Entire Secret UFO Archive on the Web (March 23, 2007)
Geipan, the French UAP research and information group
History
Ovni-USA Article about February 2008 United Nations Meeting: This is a fax of the French article, plus translation into English. Page 1 [JPG file] Page 2 [JPG file] Page 3 [JPG file] Page 4 [text file] - (February 23, 2008)

Mexico

Mexican Air Force Jets Encounter UFOs - Media Reports: (May 2004)

WikipediaEdit

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See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Web Archive, Britain to Publish Files on UFO Sightings, Reuters, November 28, 2002
  2. 2.0 2.1 New Scientist, France opens up its UFO files, 22 March 2007
  3. Wikipedia, GEIPAN
  4. UFO Files
  5. National Archives, United Kingdom UFO files
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