Relatives of people aboard the missing flight MH370 were given a long-awaited report into the plane's disappearance from the official investigation team on Monday morning, reported AFP.
The Malaysian government is scheduled to hold a press conference on what it said will be its final report in the afternoon and the report is due to be released publicly on the same day.
It has been four years since the plane mysteriously vanished while carrying 239 people en route to Kuala Lumpar on March 8, 2014.
Only three confirmed fragments of MH370 have been found, all of them on western Indian Ocean shores, including a two-meter wing part known as a flaperon.
The relatives said they hoped the “final report” might give them answers about one of the world's most enduring aviation mysteries.