The family of Nora Quoirin have said they hope to have "more answers to our many questions" about the death of their 15-year-old daughter in the Malaysian jungle.
The family said this in conveying their gratitude to all those who where there to help during the family's hour of need through a statement issued by the Lucie Blackman Trust, a British charity which supports its nationals in times of crises overseas.
Nora's mother and father, Meabh and Sebastien, met the Malaysian deputy prime minister, Wan Azizah, on Friday during which she paid her respects to the family.
However, the fact that the area where Nora was found had been searched previously during the massive search operation involving more than 350 people, including sniffer dogs, raises questions.
"We know why Nora died, in simple terms from starvation, we know where she ended up, but we don't necessarily know how she got there".
"Our attractive innocent girl died in extremely complex circumstances and we are hoping that soon we will have more answers to our many questions", they said.
' We are still struggling to understand the events of the last 10 days.
Her family insisted she had been abducted because she never went anywhere by herself, but the Malaysian police maintained it was a missing persons case.
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