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Parliamentary question - E-000318/2024Parliamentary question

UAP monitoring and reporting in the EU Space Law

Question for written answer  E-000318/2024
to the Commission
Rule 138
Francisco Guerreiro (Verts/ALE)

In September 2023, in her State of the Union address, President von der Leyen set out the Commission’s priorities for 2024. This included the intention to create an EU Space Law.[1]

This important initiative ‘envisages common EU rules addressing the safety, resilience and sustainability of space activities and operations’ has, however, a gap that needs to be filled in the pillar of security. Specifically the EU, currently lacks a harmonised and scientific system for the reporting of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP).

This raises serious security concerns, which some other countries, notably the United States, have addressed. Considering this omission we would like to ask the Commission:


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