“What I personally found on the crash site left me shocked. The ZAKA chief said his organization had even offered to purchase the impact site in order to gain access to it, but were rebuffed by Ethiopia. “It’s an 80-meter by 80-meter piece of land, how much could it cost?” Meshi Zahav said. “There’s a lot of work to do,” Meshi Zahav said. He surmised that Ethiopia’s opposition to opening the crash site came from concerns over the cost and effort required in overseeing such an operation, coupled with a lack of understanding of its importance.
Source: Ethiopian News April 24, 2019 09:00 UTC