KGB Expert Will Construct Flying Saucers in Bulgaria
Azerbaijani Emin Gadzhiev, former officer of the KGB scientific intelligence department, has reportedly developed a project for the construction of a flying saucer and he is ready to realize it in Bulgaria. The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is expected to patent the project in the near future, The Standart was told. Gadzhiev's jet-propelled aircraft is said to have many of the features of a UFO - it is round in shape with antennas sticking out on the top and at the bottom of its body. Our reporter was also told that scientists from Sofia's Technical University had already been acquainted with the project and they had approved of and supported it. The former KGB officer says that the aircraft can be built as early as next year and it will cost about eighty thousand US dollars. Gadzhiev graduated in Polytechnics from the University of Baku. Later, he was recruited by the KGB and served for many years as an observer of space programs in the Soviet Union. Gadzhiev, has four inventions and three of them have been patented. After he was discharged from the ranks of KGB he lived in the USA for fourteen years and not long ago he settled down in Bulgaria.