- Danica Weeks’ husband Paul was on flight MH370 when the plane vanished
- She said Malaysian Government’s comments about ‘closure’ were insulting
- Mrs Weeks threatened to become ‘worst nightmare’ of Malaysian Government
- Malaysian Government said it was time to abandon the search for flight MH370
A woman whose husband was a passenger on flight MH370 has vowed to become the Malaysian Government’s ‘worst nightmare’ if it stops looking for the plane.
Australian woman Danica Weeks lost her husband Paul when flight MH370 vanished in 2014.
Mrs Weeks said now was not the time for ‘closure’ as the Malaysian Government suggested, but instead time for the truth, Perth Now reported.
Danica Weeks (right) lost her husband Paul (left) when flight MH370 vanished four years ago
Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke said on Thursday it was time to end the search for the plane and start moving towards closure.
However Mrs Weeks said the Malaysian Government had an ‘international responsibility’ to help locate the missing plane.
‘The International Civil Aviation Organisation ought to bring pressure to bear on Malaysia to honour its responsibilities,’ she said.
This past Thursday Malaysian Transport Minister Anthony Loke told ABC’s South-East Asia correspondent Adam Harvey it was time to end the search for the plane and start moving towards closure (stock image)
Mrs Weeks (with husband Paul) said she wanted to meet with Australian officials to ensure the search for the plane continued
Mrs Weeks said she wanted to meet with Australian officials to ensure there was enough pressure on the Malaysian Government to do the right thing.
‘I am seeking a meeting with the Foreign Minister Julie Bishop to see what can be done.’
Mrs Weeks said she hoped private wreck hunters would join the search for MH370 including David Mearns, who famously located HMAS Sydney.