LONDON: The families of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 crash have accused Malaysian Government of being too “desperate” to link the debris found on the island of Reunion to the missing plane MH370.
According to the Independent, the airlines said in a statement that it wanted to convey deepest sorrow to the families of the passengers.
US Secretary of State has said he hopes an analysis of sea currents based on the Reunion discovery helps search teams find the remaining wreckage of MH370.
The news from the French island had reopened old wounds for those involved in the mystery of the jet's disappearance, said Kerry.
He added that he hopes the discovery of debris will help bring the families some sense of closure.