Relatives of the victims of missing Malaysian Airlines MH370 flight may just about to get closure as debris suspected to be part of the missing plane have been found washed up off the coast of Mozambique.
Three pieces of aircraft allegedly belonging to the missing flight have been handed to Civil Aviation Institute authorities for examination after they were found on the shore.
At a news conference yesterday, Monday, President of the Civil Aviation Institute, Captain Joao Martins de Abreu, said the pieces included a number on the inside of the panel that could help with identification of the flight.
There was also a coloured white and red panel, consistent with the colours used on Malaysian Airlines aircraft.
Australia, which is leading the search, has said that debris recovered in Mozambique was 'highly likely' to be from the missing flight .
"I believe in the expertise of the international investigation team, they will identify very easily," de Abreu said.
The aircraft disappeared with 239 people on board en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014, creating one of the most baffling mysteries in aviation history.