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The Central Bank pays citizens more than 40 million pounds for distorted banknotes

2022-08-11T11:32:57.186Z

Damascus, SANA- The Central Bank of Syria has agreed to pay more than 40 million Syrian pounds to citizens in return for the value of the papers



Damascus-SANA

The Central Bank of Syria has agreed to pay more than 40 million Syrian pounds to citizens for the value of the distorted banknotes presented by them, based on a decision of the bank’s management committee.

The bank stated in a statement that the number of citizens for whom payment was approved is 131 in its branches in Damascus, Hama, Sweida, Lattakia, Aleppo, Tartous, Deir ez-Zor, Daraa, Hasaka and Homs.

The reasons for the deformation of banknotes varied, according to the statement, to include “fire, wear, poor storage, moisture, washing, rodents, damage as a result of use and rupture.”

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Source: sena

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