The Maldives’ authorities are to any sightings of particles after the invention of a flaperon on the island of Réunion within the Indian Ocean final month.
An army plane, two helicopters and ships covered 10,000sq km of the waters surrounding the island in the south-western Indian Ocean.
“The statistical chances of discovering debris from the MH370 during coordinated searches appear to be extremely small”, Reunion police said, adding that they would continue to be vigilant.
The island’s top authority, however, said its search teams would maintain “vigilance”, The Local news portal reported.
A statement from France’s state representative on the island, Dominque Sorain said that the searches “have not led to the identification of anything that could have a link with a plane”, according to The Guardian.
Final week, some specialists stated it was unimaginable for MH370 wreckage to scrub up each on the Réunion Island and within the Maldives.
When the first remains of the Malaysian airline were believed to be found, the PM of Malaysia Najib Razak said that the fragments “conclusively” belonged to the plane, but the French officials only believed them to match the missing plane.
The aircraft had been traveling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it disappeared without trace with 239 people on board on March 8, 2014.
Malaysia, Australia and China are expected to hold a meeting early September to determine whether the search area of 46,332 square miles in the southern Indian Ocean should be narrowed down. “It can’t cross the hemispheres because of the wind and the current patterns”.