Govt committed to resuming search for MH370, says Loke

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian government is ready to resume the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.

He said he would make every effort to convince Cabinet to sign a contract with Ocean Infinity to restart the search operations.

ALSO READ: A decade after MH370, planes still at risk of vanishing off the map

"The Transport Ministry is ready to invite Ocean Infinity to Malaysia to discuss the 'no find, no fee' proposal, he said at the 10th Remembrance Event for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.

"As the Minister, representing the Malaysian Government to be here today, it is not just to express our solidarity, but it is a commitment and a promise that the search will go on.

"And I stand before you and make this promise that I will do everything possible to get the Cabinet's approval to sign a new contract with Ocean Infinity for the search to resume as soon as possible.

"I am glad that there is some progress in some of the new research and new technologies which have been presented, and we hope that the search can find the plane and give the truth to the next of kin," he added.

ALSO READ: Missing Flight MH370 could be found in 'days' with new search, claim experts

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was a tragic incident that occurred on March 8, 2014.

The flight, a Boeing 777-200ER, was en route from Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia to Beijing Capital International Airport in China.

However, it disappeared from radar screens less than an hour after take-off.

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 had a total of 239 people on board when it disappeared on March 8, 2014. This included 227 passengers and 12 crew members.

Follow us on our official WhatsApp channel for breaking news alerts and key updates!

Next In Nation

Raya rush: Slow-moving traffic on major expressways
GRS needs full term to deliver electoral promises, says pundit
Cops: KLIA shooting suspect was in midst of divorce, had criminal record
Papar water treatment plant shut down again over high salinity
Fines not enough, community service the way to punish litterbugs, says Lam Thye
Security at KLIA to be reviewed after shooting, says CID director
Cops identify KLIA shooting suspect
Cops find girl driven away in car, safe near home
Shots fired at KLIA 1, one injured
Wong to share views on AI and media at int’l forum

Others Also Read