The Malaysian government today released a full report of an investigation into the loss of Malaysia Airlines MH370 aircraft. In the report mentioned that the investigation team could not confirm the cause of the loss of the aircraft.
“The team can not confirm the true cause of the loss of MH370,” said Kok Soo Chon, head of the MH370 safety investigation team to journalists in Kuala Lumpur.
“The answer can only be conclusive if the fragments are found,” he said when asked if they would later find out what happened to the Malaysian Airlines aircraft.
Flight MH370 lost on the way from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China on March 8, 2014 ago. A total of 239 people were in the mysterious missing plane.
Kok Soo Chon said the MH370 report was not prepared by Malaysia alone, but also in consultation with seven other countries, including Australia and the UK.
“I am pleased to report that this report is supported by a total of seven countries,” Kok said.
Kok also added, this is not the last report that will be made by the Malaysian government regarding the search MH370. “First of all, to eliminate some fear, this is not a final report, it’s just a report,” he said.
After extensive searches for years and involving many countries, until now the wreckage of MH370 aircraft has not been found. The event became one of the greatest flight mysteries in the world