The search for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 is to be suspended.
An email sent from Malaysian government officials to the passengers’ next of kin after ministers from Australia, Malaysia and China met in Putrajaya, Malaysia on Friday, stipulated that the search has not been shut down.
The aircraft, with 239 passengers and crew, disappeared in March 2014.
According to Channel News Asia, the letter said: “The ministers agreed that should the aircraft not be located in the current search area, and in the absence of credible new evidence leading to the identification of a specific location of the aircraft, the search would not end, but be suspended upon completion of the 120,000 square kilometre search area.”
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