Foreign Minister Julie Bishop discussed with her Malaysian counterpart the new aircraft debris found on Reunion Island yesterday, but said she had no further insights.

Malaysia said a wing part, called a flaperon, found earlier was certainly a part of the missing MH370 and Foreign Minister Anifah Aman said the seat cushions and window panes had been sent to France for analysis.

‘I think it’s important for us to allow the investigation team to conduct their analysis and ensure that if it is part of the plane, the announcement is made as soon as possible’, Ms Bishop told reporters after Friday’s meeting.

France launched new searches by air, land and sea from the Indian Ocean island of Reunion, in the hope of finding more wreckage from MH370.


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