Proposal for UN UFO Office
The Parliament of San Marino has voted in favor of participating in Project Titan, a proposal to be submitted to the UN for creating a permanent office dedicated to organizing periodic global conferences on the scientific study of UFOs or Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP). Out of the total members, 25 voted in favor, while two abstained and two voted against the proposal.
The proposal will now undergo a preliminary examination and discussion at the UN before being submitted to the General Assembly for a vote. If approved, the new office would organize periodic conferences in San Marino, making it the center for global UAP studies. These conferences would be accessible to both private and state-backed researchers and organizations.
Project Titan was developed by Paolo Guizzardi on behalf of the Centro Ufologico Nazionale of Italy (CUN) and the International Coalition for Extraterrestrial Research (ICER). Guizzardi believes that discussing the UFO phenomenon at the UN will promote positive cooperation among nations and help solve a common enigma.
Lue Elizondo, former AATIP Director, congratulated San Marino on this historic milestone and praised the efforts of Guizzardi and his colleagues. The government of San Marino has been sponsoring UAP symposiums for thirty years, and the Project Titan proposal was presented by San Marino's Ministry of Culture.