Original title: Malaysia civil aviation Commissioner resigned as MH370 missing incident responsible
Overseas network July 31, according to a number of foreign media reports, according to The Associated Press, in view of the missing of the Malaysian Airlines MH370 airliner, A Zarutin, director of the Ma Airlines civil aviation bureau, submitted his resignation on Tuesday (31) local time, saying that he will leave office within 14 days.
Azrad said in a statement that he was responsible for the disappearance of the MH370 airliner. "Although the survey report released yesterday did not show that the incident was caused by the civil aviation authority, the report pointed out that the air traffic controllers at the Kuala Lumpur air traffic control center did not start the three standard emergency stages according to the standard operating procedures," said arzulting, "because of this, I was thinking after careful consideration. With regret, he decided to resign from the post of director of the Civil Aviation Administration of Malaysia. His resignation will take effect within 14 days from now. "
Malaysia transportation minister Anthony Locke subsequently confirmed that he had received the resignation notice of azzulin.
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