Immigration: Three million Chinese nationals, foreigners did not enter Malaysia during KLIA glitch

PETALING JAYA: Claims that three million Chinese nationals and other foreigners entered the country during the recent system malfunctions at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) are false, says the Immigration Department.

"When the systems at KLIA suffered issues, the process of inspecting the entry of foreigners was conducted by the department manually, and all visitors had to follow terms according to the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

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