UFO alert in the USA! Or did aliens come?
After the Chinese 'spy balloon' crisis, three UFOs observed in US airspace since Friday caused panic. The American commander was asked, "Are these aliens?" He replied, "I am not ruling out any possibility".
The new agenda of global politics is the unidentified flying objects (UFOs) detected in the sky for the past ten days. The debate began on February 1 when the Pentagon announced that a high-altitude intelligence balloon, which it claimed to be Chinese, was flying at an altitude of about 18km over the US mainland. The Beijing administration argued that the balloon was a Meteorological balloon and accidentally drifted by the winds and entered the US airspace. While the balloon, which was dropped by the US army on February 4, caused a new tension between the two countries, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken postponed his visit to Beijing on February 5-6.
A Second Object Was Hit In Alaska
White House National Security Council Strategic Communications Coordinator John Kirby announced on Friday that the US military had hit an unidentified object over Alaska. Kirby stated that the object that fell into US territorial waters while flying at an altitude of about 18 km after being shot down by aircraft belonging to the US Air Defense Command was much smaller than the Chinese balloon thrown off the coast of China.
A Third Object Has Been Spotted On The Canadian Border
Just one day after the incident in Alaska, similar news came, this time from the US-Canada border.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shared the information that they shot down an unidentified flying object in the Yukon region in cooperation with the United States.
In a statement made by the White House, it was stated that the shooting down of the object was approved by US President Joe Biden and Trudeau. Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand stated that the source of the cylinder-like object is not yet known and said that the object, which is more than 12 km high, illegally entered Canadian airspace and threatened the safety of civilian flights.