Friday, March 6, 2015   

(Flight MH370) Presidential emissary heads to KL
(03-25 19:38)

President Xi Jinping ordered a special envoy to Kuala Lumpur to deal with issues arising from the latest developments surrounding the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777, which Malaysia said yesterday “ended’’ its flight in the southern Indian Ocean.
The special envoy, Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui, will leave for Malaysia as soon as possible.
Xi, who is in The Hague for the third Nuclear Security Summit, instructed that a special envoy be sent to Kuala Lumpur to consult with Malaysian authorities, learn about the situation, and ask them to properly handle related issues.
The president also ordered relevant Chinese agencies to help Malaysia and all other parties involved to continue search operations.—Xinhua
   
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