European Exopolitics Summits

Thus far, two European Exopolitics Summits have been held. 

The European Exopolitics Summit in Barcelona

 The Barcelona Summit was held on July 25-26, 2009 in Barcelona, Spain, and was an initiative of Jose Jover del Pozo. The two-day event included presentations by a number of speakers and panelists, and was live-streamed over the Internet. Many videos with presentations can still be found on the Internet.
At the end of the event, the organizers, speakers and panelists launched a 'Declaration for the creation of a European Agency for UFOs & Extraterrestrial Affairs.' The Declaration was modeled on a 1978 United Nations General Assembly Decision 33/426 calling for the “Establishment of an agency or a department of the United Nations for undertaking, coordinating and disseminating the results of research into unidentified flying objects and related phenomena.” The goal in releasing the Declaration was to spur European governments and citizen organizations to cooperate in collection and analysis of UFO data. The Declaration refers to a number of precedents, like the aforementioned UN GA Decision, the release by several countries of their UFO files, as well as the French COMETA report.

The European Exopolitics Summit in Porto

The European Exopolitics Summit, held in Porto in May 2011, and organized by Francisco Mourao Correa, reconfirmed the calls from the Barcelona Summit. In a web site set up for this purpose, the European exopolitical groups affirm their common goals (www.exopoliticseurope.eu):