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Malaysia: Emergency necessary to curb COVID-19 pandemic

Country's ambassador to Japan responds to Nikkei Asia editorial

| Malaysia
Many countries have declared a state of national emergency to galvanize resources to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Malaysia is no exception. (Photo courtesy of Department of Information Malaysia)

From Dato Kennedy Jawan, Ambassador of Malaysia to Japan.

I refer to the article "Malaysians are aghast at Muhyiddin's craven 'not a coup' moment" written by William Pesek and published in Nikkei Asia on Jan. 14. We found the article to be skewed and misleading to your readers.

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