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21 October 2017, 12:24 | Tara Lloyd
Malaysia to Resume Search for Flight MH370 Missing Since 2014
In January, aviation authorities announced the suspension of the vast, expensive search for the Malaysia Airlines MH370 plane that went missing in March 2014, along with its more than 200 passengers.
Once the negotiation was completed and the terms and conditions agreed upon with the "Ocean Infinity", he said the Malaysian Government would seek an agreement from the governments of Australia and China to proceed with the search for Flight MH370, in the spirit of tripartite cooperation.
Mr Chester said he was hopeful but did not want to raise the 'hopes for the loved ones of those on board'.
Azharuddin, who heads the MH370 Response Team said the team had received several proposals from interested parties to locate the missing aircraft and that included an offer by "Ocean Infinity" on a "No Cure No Fee" basis.
Malaysia's deputy transport minister Aziz Kaprawi said on Thursday: "Yes, we are negotiating with Ocean Infinity, but the agreement has not been finalised".
The 777-200ER was operating a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on 8 March 2014 when it mysteriously turned back over the Gulf of Thailand, and made its way to the southern reaches of the Indian Ocean, via the Straits of Malacca.
Earlier Friday, Chester released a statement explaining that Kuala Lumpur had "accepted an offer" that showed the country's 'commitment to find MH370'.
"No new information has been discovered to determine the specific location of the aircraft, however data collected during the previous search will be provided".
Ocean Infinity has not revealed the estimated cost of a search.
In December past year, an Australian government report confirmed that teams searching for the missing aircraft had been very likely been looking in the wrong place. Those searchers identified a smaller area of about 10,000 square miles they said had "a high probability" as the site of the aircraft.
ABC News in a report today stated that the next-of-kin have been notified that the Malaysian government has granted permission to the MH370 response team to begin negotiating terms with Ocean Infinity.
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