identifying the motive of the lethal Ethiopian airways crash that killed 157 human beings and prompted the global grounding of a logo-new Boeing aircraft version will take "vast time," an Ethiopian government minister said on Saturday.

The crash of Flight ET 302 mins into its flight to Nairobi on March 10 killed all onboard and prompted the international grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane model worried in the catastrophe.

"The research of such value calls for a careful analysis and widespread time to come up with something concrete," transport minister Dagmawit Moges advised a press conference.

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Witnesses said the plane nose-dived into remote farmland southeast of the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, lowering the aircraft to small pieces of particles buried deep in the earth. The victims came from 35 countries.

Dagmawit stated it'd take in to 6 months to discover remains, and circle of relatives participants had been being encouraged to put up DNA samples in Addis Ababa or at Ethiopian airlines offices overseas.

death certificate might be issued in weeks, she brought.

A relative of one of the crash victims who asked no longer to named expressed frustration with the look ahead to remains.

The individual said that underneath the sufferer's Jewish faith, no funeral could be held until his stays were lower back, and the six-month delay become destressing for his circle of relatives.

"they're in large stress and regret as it is, without ready half of a year," the relative stated.

The crash of Ethiopian airways Flight 302 changed into the second one lethal prevalence for the 737 MAX eight following the October crash of an Indonesian Lion Air jet that killed all 189 passengers and group.

The Boeing 737 MAX eight is a logo-new jet. The crash of of them within the area of only some months, coupled with similarities within the instances, led countries and airways around the arena to ground the aircraft.

A preliminary record into the Lion Air disaster turned into posted a month after the crash.

The Ethiopian plane's voice and flight facts recorders are in Paris, where French, Ethiopian and American investigators will try to determine what went incorrect.

Dagmawit stated France became selected to analyse the flight recorders due to its relative proximity to Ethiopia.