The CIA declassified more than 10 thousand documents on Ukraine – media

Central intelligence Agency United States opened access to his files. In particular there are papers about Ukraine. This is stated in the message on the Agency’s website.

As writes the edition on request “Ukraine” search on the website produces more than 11 000 declassified documents.

In General, approximately 930 declassified thousands of documents from more than 12 million pages of CIA achievements since the founding and until the mid 1990-ies.

All documents are divided into collections on topics: cold war, Vietnam, the Berlin tunnel, the Korean war, the spy plane U-2, etc.

As previously reported, the Central intelligence Agency USA posted online, 775 thousand documents 13 million pages of declassified presidential decree bill Clinton from 1995.

The archive contains information on the activities of the CIA during the cold war, Vietnam and Korean conflicts. Also, the database can find data on Agency projects for the study of UFOs and telepathic abilities of the person.