China promises it will keep in contact on MH370
China says it will continue to keep in contact with other countries on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 even after the three countries ended the underwater search for the plane.
A foreign ministry spokeswoman, Hua Chunying, said China remains "highly concerned" about the March 2014 crash that killed 239 people, nearly two-thirds of them Chinese.
Hua promised "close communication and cooperation" with Australia and Malaysia.
The three countries announced Tuesday they were suspending search operations, which have cost an estimated $160 million over nearly three years.
Some relatives of the Flight 370 victims said they weren't satisfied with rescue efforts and wanted them to continue.