Why are hearings happening in the US the only relevant ones?

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Why are other countries not relevant when talking about these phenomenons?

What makes the US the only important government on this subject, ignoring other governments that are asking/trying to gather information? For example France had a study group formed by the government since years.

England has been accused by multiple sources to just ignore the problem entirely, despite public opinion asking for clarity. Same for Italy that has an apparent history of non-human aircraft retrieval (can’t recall if it was already debunked or not, please add any info on the matter if available).

What’s preventing other countries in sharing their information and knowledge and why do we expect a single country to share everything and do (most) of the job?

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