A new report into the disappearance of flight MH370 could not rule out «unlawful interference» by a third party, MH370 safety investigator-in-charge Kok Soo Chon said at a press conference in Putrajaya on Monday. Chon said, «We have examined the pilot, the flight officer. We are quite satisfied with their background, with their training, with their mental health, mental state. We are not of the... Еще opinion that it could have been an event committed by the pilot. But at the same time we cannot deny the fact that there was an air turnback. We cannot deny the fact that, as we have analysed, the systems were manually turned off with intent or otherwise. So we feel that there is also one possibility that could account for all these… No matter what we do, we cannot exclude the possibility of a third person or third party or unlawful interference. That is what we have included in our conclusion.» Relatives of the missing MH370 passengers appeared disappointed that the new report failed to provide concrete conclusions about the incident. Daughter of missing MH370 passenger Anne Daisy, Grace Nathan, said that «it is quite worrying that they don't seem to have a very good answer. And they said that they are not excluding third party intervention in the cargo. So it's possible that there was third party intervention. As it's possible that there were many other things happening.» Another family member said that «it is so frustrating that every time we come for a meeting like this, nobody [is] able to answer any of our questions.» The Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing over the South China Sea on March 8 2014, with 239 passengers and crew on board, whilst flying from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Beijing Capital International Airport. In late July, 2015, a wing of a plane was found on Reunion Island, which Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak later confirmed to be part of the missing Boeing 777 aircraft.