Inspection of flaperon to begin on Wednesday, says Liow


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  • Sunday, 02 Aug 2015

A picture made available 30 July 2015 shows officers carrying pieces of debris from an unidentified aircraft apparently washed ashore in Saint-Andre de la Reunion, eastern La Reunion island, France, 29 July 2015. EPA

PETALING JAYA: Inspection of the suspected MH370 debris found on Reunion Island will begin on Wednesday, the Transport Ministry said. 

"Accredited representatives from Malaysia, the USA, China, France and Boeing will take part in the verification of the flaperon in Toulouse on Wednesday," minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai in a statement on Sunday. 

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