posted on Jun, 30 2007 @ 10:47 AM
Report of other governments joining to do UFO research.
Document ID: CEP20050112000287
Content Type: Translation/Transcription
Version Number: 01
Region: Eurasia, Middle East
Sub-Region: Russia, Middle East
Country: Russia, Iran
Topic: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL, ENERGY, MILITARY, PROLIFERATION
Iran, Russia Sign Agreement on UFO's After Sightings Near Nuclear Plants
CEP20050112000287 Moscow Rossiyskaya Gazeta in Russian 12 Jan 05 p 5
Iran Reports US Aircraft Over Nuke Sites; Orders Downing of US, Israeli Planes GMP20050104000136 Jerusalem Middle East Newsline E-mail-Text English
0000 GMT 04 Jan 05
Iranian Daily Reports Increase in UFO Sightings Over Bushehr, Natanz IAP20041227000066 Tehran E'temad (Internet Version - WWW) Persian 0000 GMT 25
[Report by Vladimir Bogdanov: "Iran Attacks UFO's" ]
[FBIS Translated Text]
In connection with the increase in the number of sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFO's) in the orient, Moscow and Tehran have come to an
agreement about the joint study of the phenomenon of UFO's.
The Iranian news agency IRNA reports that in addition to their agreement on scientific research into UFO's, Russia and Iran are discussing the
final details of an agreement on developing the Zohren satellite for Tehran. This plan had been gathering dust on the shelf for several years. Its
implementation had been prevented by bureaucratic holdups caused by the departments involved on both sides.
It must be said that the news about the joint study of the mysterious space craft appeared in the midst of a sky-watching mania that has gripped the
population of our southern neighbor. Reports have appeared in the local press about the appearance of UFO's near Iran's nuclear facilities.
Flights by the unidentified objects have increased in frequency in the country's airspace over the past few weeks. They have been seen over Bushehr
and Isfahan. It is in these provinces that the nuclear facilities are located. "We drew up plans to protect our nuclear facilities from any
threat," Air Force General Karim Hawami stated. "The Iranian Air Force is on its guard and ready to do its duty." It has already been given the
order to shoot down any unidentified or suspicious object that enters Iranian air space.
According to information from the local newspaper, Rezalat, "bright objects" were also seen in the sky near Natanza, where Iran's uranium
enrichment plant is situated. One of these objects blew up causing "panic in the region."
[Description of Source: Moscow Rossiyskaya Gazeta in Russian -- Government daily newspaper.]