Australia says debris found on island in Mauritius is possibly a fragment of MH 370

Sydney: As per the statements preferred by the Transport Minister from Australia that the New Debris which is found on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius, would be examined and it will be seen that whether the same is belonging to the MH 370. It was seen that on the Mauritius island of Rodrigues, the said remain was found by a vacationing couple, as has been reported by the news agency citing from the Reunion island website Clicanoo.

As found stated by Darren Chester- The Australian Transport Minister that for seeking the custody of such debris and also for arranging for its examination, the Malaysian government is working with the officials from the Mauritius.

It is also sought to maintain by the said officer that the said debris, is an “item of interest”, but it is also clarified that until and unless, the examination of the experts in connection with the said debris is not come up, “its origin” is not possible to ascertain.

However, it is also not fixed yet that which one of the countries would examine the said debris. However, as per Don Thompson, the Aviation expert who told to the new agency that the said fragment could be the ‘internal bulkhead from the Boeing 777 of Malaysia Airlines’ business and economy class cabin.

It was also seen that the said discovery has been seen, after around a week from the date on which the authorities from the Australia and Malaysia had stated that the two pieces of fragment were found in Mozambique were “almost certainly from MH 370”.

Also, an another fragment which was picked up near from Mossel Bay, a small town in South Africa’s Western Cape province, would also be analysed to see whether the same came from MH 370, as reportedly said by the Officials from the South Africa, last month.

It was seen that the Australia had initiated search for the MH 370 in the remote Indian Ocean, where the flight was shown to have been disappeared.
After searching the targeted area, the Australia, China and Malaysia would be ending its search.

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