Kuala Lumpur, Apr 2, (RHC), -- Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak, will meet with his Australian counterpart, Tony Abbot, for talks on recovering missing flight MH370 on Thursday, a statement released by the Transport Ministry said Wednesday.
Razak, who is expected to arrive in Australia's Perth late on Wednesday, is due to visit Pearce Air Force base on Thursday morning to meet with personnel involved in the multinational search operation for MH370.
The Malaysian Prime Minister will also be briefed on the latest developments regarding the search. Nine ships and nine aircraft are searching a vast area roughly 930 miles west of Perth.
Three more ships, two Australian and one Malaysian, are on their way to the search zone.
With the search now reaching its fourth week, investigators are running out of time to locate the "ping" set off by the black box.
Malaysian government officials on Wednesday also briefed the Chinese families on the search of MH370 and pledged to continue doing everything to find the missing flight.