Welsh Government Responds to UFO Questions in Klingon

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If people want to know about UFO sightings in Wales, they better speak Klingon.

When Shadow Health Minister Darren Millar submitted questions about UFO sightings at Cardiff Airport, a Welsh government spokesperson responded in Klingon, the fictional language from "Star Trek," according to the BBC.

In the British parliamentary system, the shadow cabinet is a team of opposition party leaders mirroring the real cabinet.

Millar also asked if any research was being funded to look into the reported sightings, the BBC reported.

"Jang vIDa je due luq," the spokesperson replied, according to BBC. "'Ach ghotvam'e' QI'yaH devolve qaS.”

Translated back into an earthly language, the statement reads, “The minister will reply in due course. However this is a non-devolved matter.”

Millar's three questions about UFOs were directed to the economy, science and transport minister Edwina Hart, the BBC reported.

"I've always suspected that Labor ministers came from another planet. This response confirms it," Millar told the BBC.

Millar is expected to receive terrestrial answers from Hart on Wednesday, according to the BBC.