Malaysian PM Cancels His Visit To Mauritius For Independence Day

Following the disappearance of the Boeing 777 of the Malaysian Airlines, the Malaysian authorities have been amassing all resources to find the missing airplane. In line with this, the Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak, who had been invited as the guest of honour for the upcoming independence day celebrations in Mauritius had had to cancel his visit to the country so as to assist his own country which is currently facing a great tragedy.





This was confirmed yesterday by a communiqué which was issued from the Mauritian PM’s office. PM Najib Razak has, however, delegated the Minister of International Commerce, Dato Sri Mustapa Mohammed, to represent him at the flag-raising ceremony.

As for the missing boeing, contact with it was lost on Saturday. Since then, a whole team of searchers have been looking for the missing plane. It was then found out that it had crashed in the ocean. Vietnamese planes and ships, as well as those of many other countries, were deployed to search for the plane. The circumstances of the crash are still unclear. Yesterday, it was reported that a piece of debris had been found, and it could possibly be one of the doors of the aircraft.

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