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article imageRussian politician claims he met aliens who wore yellow suits

By Andrew Moran     May 6, 2010 in World
Moscow - A Russian Regional Chief and President of the World Chess Federation claims aliens visited his home in 1997 and was taken on a spaceship where he met extraterrestrials wearing yellow suits.
On Apr. 26, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, a leader of the southern region of Russia, told Russia’s Channel One that he spent several hours with aliens in yellow suits in 1997 after they visited his home and took him on a spaceship, according to AFP.
The extraterrestrials visited his downtown Moscow apartment on Sept. 18, 1997 when they gave him a tour of their spaceship and provided him some samples to take back to Earth.
Apparently there were three other witnesses to the situation: his assistant, his driver and his minister, “I believe I talked to them and saw them. I perhaps wouldn't believe it if it wasn't for 3 witnesses — my driver, my minister, and my assistant.”
The Hindustan Times reports that Ilyumzhinov was about to fall asleep but someone called his name from his balcony. He went out and saw a “half-transparent half tube” spaceship. He decided go in and met human-like creatures.
“I am often asked which language I used to talk to them. Perhaps, it was on a level of the exchange of ideas.”
On Wednesday, Russian parliamentarian Andre Lebedev called for an inquiry into the claims made by Ilyumzhinov and also wrote a letter to Russian President Dmitri Medvedev where he made a list of concerns, reports Press TV. Lebedev believes it should have been reported to Kremlin because it was a historic event.
There have been numerous political officials from across the globe who claim to have seen aliens, such as 2008 Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, former United States President Jimmy Carter and, most recently, Japan’s First Lady, Miyuki Hatoyama, said she was abducted by aliens.
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