150 Million Obsolete Afghani Banknotes Burned By The Taliban
The central bank of the ruling Taliban (Da Afghanistan Bank) announced that according to the bank's law, 150 million afghanis of banknotes had been set on fire.
The Central Bank today (Sunday, February 10) in a newsletter quoted by the head of the bank Abdul Qahir said that the collection of banknotes and its replacement with new banknotes, is intended to facilitate public transactions.
He added that many banknotes wear out before their expiration date. According to him, it shows that people do not pay attention to the maintenance of banknotes in sales transactions.
The head of the central bank of the Taliban government has called on the people to pay attention to economic transactions in maintaining banknotes.
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