Welcome to the page dedicated to international cooperation and international organizations in general, focusing on UAP. UAP Coalition Netherlands believes in the power of global cooperation to strengthen research into Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP). By joining forces with international organizations, we aim to unravel the mysteries surrounding UAP and jointly contribute to a broader understanding of these phenomena.

Join Us in Our Quest

UAP Coalition Netherlands invites international organizations to join forces and jointly explore the unknowns of UAP. Together we can make progress in understanding these phenomena and contribute to a global perspective on UAP. Contact us for further collaboration and discover the possibilities to jointly strive for new insights and discoveries.

Developments in the United States

In the US House of Representatives and the Senate, several politicians and committees are working on the subject of UAP. In 2022, the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office was established at the request of the US Senate, which is a special department within the Pentagon that handles UAP reports. Their mission is to collect and analyze UAP observations from U.S. government professionals. AARO has received and processed more than 800 reports since its founding on July 20, 2022. Several hundred reports are still unexplained. 

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) has published an annual report on UAP since 2021. The conclusion is that some of the observations cannot be explained and that UAP poses a danger to flight safety and national security.

On July 26, 2023, a public hearing was held in the United States Congress where several witnesses told their stories under oath to politicians and the media. On December 14, 2023, legislation was passed by the United States Senate specifically for UAP. In terms of content, the law is mainly about transparency and research. The law sets limits on funds for special access programs and restricted access programs related to UAP and requires the establishment of a government archive of information about UAP. One of the special points is that the bill was drawn up jointly without party political motives. This shows that the subject transcends party politics and serves the public interest.

New aviation legislation proposed on January 11, 2024 aims to formalize and standardize reporting by civilian pilots and also to protect civilian pilots and aviation personnel who wish to report sightings of UAP. Under this Safe Airspace for Americans Act, professionals are encouraged to provide information to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

On January 25, 2024, the U.S. Department of Defense Office of Inspector General released a report assessed the extent to which the Department of Defense, Military Services, Defense Agencies and Counterintelligence Organizations took actions to detect, report, collect, analyze and identify UAP. Conclusion is “We determined that the DoD has no overarching UAP policy and, as a result, it lacks assurance that national security and flight safety threats to the United States from UAP have been identified and mitigated,”

Americans for safe aerospace

Americans for Safe Aerospace (ASA) is an important volunteer organization that helps pilots to report and publicize their experiences with UAP, and focuses on national security, airspace safety and scientific research.


GEIPAN stands for “Groupe d'Études et d'Informations sur les Phénomènes Aérospatiaux Non identifiés,” which in English means “Study and Information Group on Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena.” It is part of the French space agency CNES (Centre National d'Études Spatiales) charged with investigating unidentified aerospace phenomena (UAP), popularly known as UFOs. GEIPAN collects, analyzes and investigates reports of UAP sightings in France with the aim of scientifically studying and documenting these phenomena.