On the official portal of the Malaysian Ministry of Transport accessed in Kuala Lumpur, Friday, stated that the pilot of the aircraft with registration number N28JV belonging to Koperasi Amanah Pelaburan Berhad which was operated by Jet Valet Sdn Bhd was licensed and qualified to fly in accordance with existing regulations.
The aircraft has a valid airworthiness certificate and has been maintained in accordance with regulations.
The incident occurred during the day with clear visibility and good meteorological conditions. There was no evidence of disability or physiological factors affecting the flight crew’s performance.
In a written cause of death report, the official post-mortem report is pending at the time the initial report is issued. However, evidence suggests that neither pilot experienced cockpit incapacity.
Therefore, the hypothesis that medical causes and factors contributed to the accident can be ruled out.
Initial reports also said the crash could not be avoided due to the magnitude of the post-crash forces and fire.
However, reports on causes or factors that contributed to the occurrence of new accidents will be included in the final report. Likewise, an analysis of the occurrence of accidents and new safety recommendations will be presented in the final report.
Notes in the initial report said initial analysis of recovered Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) recordings had provided important clues to uncovering the cause of the crash, with a focus on the aircraft’s flight control system.
The results of the pending inspection and examination of related aircraft parts and components at the NTSB and OEM Laboratories are required to provide collaborative and/or conclusive evidence in determining the cause of the accident.
The Beechcraft Model 390 aircraft with registration number N28JV crashed in Shah Alam, killing eight people on board the ill-fated aircraft, as well as two road users who were passing by.
Kremlin : Putin accepts Kim Jong-un’s invitation to visit North Korea
The Kremlin announced on the 14th that Russian President Vladimir Putin has accepted North Korean Secretary General Kim Jong-un’s invitation to visit North Korea.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, “During the one-on-one meeting, General Secretary Kim invited President Putin to visit North Korea, and President Putin gratefully accepted the invitation.”
“Any agreement will be reached through diplomatic channels,” Peskov added.
The day before, the Kremlin said that President Putin had “no plans to visit North Korea yet,” but this morning, North Korea’s Korean Central News Agency announced that General Secretary Kim had accepted President Putin’s invitation to visit North Korea .
With the international community’s attention focused on the subtle differences in positions between the two countries, the Kremlin officially recognized this in just one day.
Spokesperson Peskov previously said that an agreement was reached at the North Korea-Russia summit on Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s visit to North Korea, and that a meeting with North Korean Foreign Minister Choe Son-hui could be held as early as next month.
Meanwhile, after finishing the meeting, Secretary General Kim is known to have moved to Khabarovsk Oblast in the Far East to inspect a Russian fighter jet production plant.
President Yoon : Inherited the Incheon landing operation that defeated communist forces “Peace through Strength”
President Yoon Seok-yeol said at the ceremony to commemorate the Incheon Landing Operation held at the Incheon Port Waterway on the 15th, ” Based on our strong national defense capabilities, we will build peace through strength and firmly protect liberal democracy . “
President Yoon said of the Incheon Landing Operation, ” It was a historic operation that prevented communism on the Korean Peninsula and a great victory that shines among the world’s warriors, ” and emphasized, ” We will remember and inherit the victory achieved through the sacrifice of veterans and resolutely defeat any threat . “
The event took place on this day with President Yoon aboard the Navy landing ship Nojeokbong .
This is the first time that the president has personally hosted this event, which has been held since 1960 .