Never seen aliens in Japanese airspace
Alien spaceships have never violated Japanese airspace, Japan’s Defense Minister answered a question during a meeting of the Japanese Senate on April 2.
During a meeting of the Japanese Senate on April 2, lawmaker Antonio Inoki asked whether aliens had violated Japan’s airspace, according to AFP.
Japanese Defense Minister Gen Nakatani replied that the country’s fighter jets can be dispatched whenever they receive reports of an unidentified flying object (UFO, the word commonly used to refer to human spacecraft). aliens), but so far have not encountered any “guests” from space.
“When the Japanese Air Self-Defense Force detects any signs that UFOs may violate the country’s airspace, the force will dispatch fighter jets if necessary,” Mr. Nakatani said.
Fighter jets sometimes only find birds or other flying objects that are not aircraft, but have never detected UFOs from extraterrestrials, Mr. Nakatani replied.
Mr. Inoki added that he does not know whether aliens really exist or not, but he once saw a mysterious flying object fly into the sky and then disappear.
In 2007, the Japanese government announced that “it is impossible to confirm the existence of UFOs believed to come from outside the Earth”. However, the Chief Cabinet Secretary of Japan at that time, Mr. Nobutaka Machimura, said: “Personally, I completely believe in the existence of UFOs,” according to AFP.