Loke: Govt awaiting fresh proposal and credible leads on MH370

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  • Sunday, 03 Mar 2019

Transport minister Anthony Loke looking at some of the items on display at the the 5th Annual MH370 Remembrance day,aming others are debris and photos of belingings of passengers of the ill fated flight, Sunday, March 3, 2019. RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star.

KUALA LUMPUR: The government is waiting for a fresh proposal from US exploration firm Ocean Infinity or any other interested party before resuming the search for ill-fated flight MH370, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.

"If there is a proposal and credible leads, then we are prepared to look at it. It's not as if we are sitting here and doing nothing," Loke told reporters at the fifth annual remembrance event for MH370 held at Publika Shopping Gallery here on Sunday (Mar 3).

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