Debris Allegedly from MH370 Found, Foreign Ministry: It's Good News

Willy Haryono    •    Jumat, 31 Jul 2015 17:41 WIB
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Debris Allegedly from MH370 Found, Foreign Ministry: It's Good News
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arrmanatha Nasir (Photo: MTVN)

Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: Plane debris allegedly from Malaysia Airlines MH370, which was missing for more than a year ago, had been found at the Reunion Island, France, Wednesday (7/29/2015).

Boeing company and the investigator for the MH370 case from the United States (US) confirmed that the debris are from Boeing 777. However, it is still unconfirmed whether it is from the MH370.

Seven Indonesian citizens were in the missing MH370, which disappeared on March 8, 2014.

"Earlier this morning Boeing had confirmed. It is encouraging news, good news, the hope of closure for the families," said the Spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry Arrmanatha Nasir in the briefing at the Foreign Ministry Office, Jakarta, Thursday (7/30/2015).

Despite welcoming the good news, Arrmanatha, closely known as Tata, had asked the public, especially for the victim's family to continuously waiting for the final confirmation, whether it is true the debris were from MH370 or not.

"Hopefully it will be identified and decided where the plane crashed," Tata concluded. (EPS)
(FJR)