A press conference will be held on Monday, when the results of the investigation are presented, according to a spokesperson for the Ethiopian ministry of foreign affairs.
After the accident three weeks ago, Boeing's 737 Max taken out of traffic worldwide.
The preliminary investigation can explain if it was flygplansmodellens new control system that lay behind the accident, in Ethiopia, in a similar way as it is suspected to have been a reason behind a crash in Indonesia in October.
in the survey, is looking for investigators after a piece of equipment that could explain why the automatic system is enabled to not the plane would överstegras, reports Bloomberg.
Preliminary data point, according to the news agency, on the control system, known as MCAS, pushed down the aircraft's nose in the accident on 10 march.
after the accident in Indonesia in the autumn, working to adjust the software of the system so that the aircraft's nose should not be pressed down so heavily and repeatedly.
the Company is reported to have been near a solution to the problem when the second accident with the same model took place three weeks ago.