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Australia was "deeply concerned. We are providing consular support to the ABC crew and certainly raising this issue at the appropriate level with the Malaysian government.
Depending upon the answer he gives, we will look at the situation.
In the past (Chinese) Foreign Minister Wang Yi has said they will be public goods, so I am seeking more detail as to how other nations could access these public goods.
Australia has a strong record of promoting and protecting human rights, at home and around the world.
We want to continue to use this piece of evidence to better inform out search efforts, but what it does tell us is that it is consistent with the search area that we are currently focussed upon and so that is good news that we have at least narrowed it down to that part of the ocean where we hope the plane will be found.
Both these legal processes could impact on the outcome. They reflect the integrity of the sentencing process and the clemency process, and so we urge the Indonesian government to allow these legal processes to proceed because of course executions are irrevocable.
We will continue to appeal to (Indonesian) President Widodo's strength and his humanity to show mercy and forgiveness for these two Australian men who have undergone this remarkable rehabilitation.
They did change the law recently and that enables there to be a kind of prisoner transfer, or an accused person can be transferred back to another country, their home country, and we're pursuing all those opportunities now.
This will be a police-led humanitarian mission. And there will be body identification experts, forensic experts. And of course we will insure that they are safe, that they will have protection.