Japan Launches UAP Investigation Following U.S. Report Identifying Region as “Hotspot” for Sightings | UAP

A non-partisan group of Japanese lawmakers says it plans to investigate sightings of unidentified flying objects, citing concerns over possible foreign surveillance efforts and other national security issues. 

The group, composed of more than 80 members that include former defense ministers, was announced on Thursday. The lawmakers say it will aim to enhance Japan’s capabilities in the detection and analysis of what the U.S. military now calls unidentified anomalous phenomena, or UAP. 

“It is extremely irresponsible of us to be resigned to the fact that something is unknowable, and to keep turning a blind eye to the unidentified,” said former Japanese defense minister Yasukazu Hamada, coinciding with the new group’s launch. 

In the U.S., the Pentagon’s official UAP investigative effort, the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), had previously identified Japan as a hotspot for such sightings. The new Japanese group aims to complement AARO’s efforts by urging Japanese government officials to establish an official investigative office of its own in response to several incidents involving unauthorized drone incursions and surveillance balloons that have raised concerns about possible spying by nations like China. 

Christopher Mellon, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence in the Clinton and George W. Bush…

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