The Peruvian Office of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena Research (OIFAA) — which was shut down for the last five years — will seek the expertise of air force personnel, sociologists, archaeologists and astronomers to analyze as much information as possible about UFOs.
The OIFAA was originally set up in 2001, but closed after seven years because of administrative issues. But other South American countries — including Chile, Brazil and Argentina — have ongoing UFO investigative agencies.
Vucetich told the press over the weekend that the Peruvian UFO agency is coming back to life due to “increased sightings that are occurring in the country and that people are reporting to media.”
Media reports indicate that citizens of the central Andes town of Marabamba have been spotting luminous objects in the sky for several days.