Sarawak bans entry by Taiwan travelers due to pressure from China: MOFA
Taipei, March 4 (CNA) The Malaysian state of Sarawak has banned visits by Taiwanese nationals amid the global coronavirus scare, Taiwan's the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Wednesday, attributing the move to political pressure from Beijing.
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