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In Malaysia they want to continue the search for a Boeing that disappeared 10 years ago

Malaysia intends to resume the search for the Boeing 777 that flew from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014 and disappeared over the sea. With such an initiative spoke Transport Minister Anthony Loke, Malay Mail reported. Among the 227 passengers and 12 crew members on board was Russian tourist Nikolai Brodsky.

Yesterday, over 500 relatives and loved ones of passengers on the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight gathered for a memorial ceremony in Malaysia to mark the 10th anniversary of the tragedy. At the meeting, the head of the department promised that he would do everything in his power to resume the investigation in the near future. He said he had invited independent company Ocean Infinity to return to Malaysia to discuss a new search.

The conditions are the same – payment when the plane or its wreckage is found. The contract with this search group ended in 2018. At that time, the remuneration amount was about $100 million. The minister is confident that the country’s government will approve new financial obligations.

Immediately after the tragedy, the media found out that 43-year-old Nikolai Brodsky, along with a group of divers, arrived in Bali from Irkutsk for a week. He flew alone on flight MH370, as they said, in order to personally congratulate his wife on March 8th.

In January 2015, Malaysian authorities declared all 239 people on board dead. After a lengthy search involving several countries, aircraft debris was found in both the South China Sea and the Andaman Sea, but it was not part of the missing airliner.

Earlier, TurDom wrote that a private plane with six Russians on board crashed in the mountains of Afghanistan: two none of them survived.

Source: Tourdom

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