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Malaysia wants to resume the search for a plane with passengers that disappeared 10 years ago

The Malaysian government will resume the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared 10 years ago. This was stated by Transport Minister Anthony Loke, The Star reports.

Loki noted that he would make every effort to convince the cabinet to sign a contract with Ocean Infinity to resume search operations on the ocean floor.

“The Ministry of Transport is willing to invite Ocean Infinity to Malaysia to discuss the ‘no find, no pay’ proposal. I am pleased that there is progress in some of the new research and new technologies that have been presented and we hope that this will help find the wreckage and “reveal the truth about the crash to the next of kin of those killed” he said at the 10th Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 Commemoration Event.

Let us remind you that the Boeing 777-200 passenger plane of Malaysia Airlines, flying flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, disappeared from radar screens on the night of March 8, 2014. There were 12 crew members and 227 passengers on board the liner. The wreckage of the airliner and the crash site have not yet been found.

In the summer of 2019, it became known that the 57-year-old commander of the aircraft, Zachary Ahmad Shah, may have blocked the co-pilot and then deliberately crashed the plane. Before destroying the ship, the pilot allegedly diverted it from its course and depressurized the cabin at an altitude of 12 kilometers, as a result of which passengers suffocated even before the plane allegedly crashed into the waters of the Indian Ocean.

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