The National Bank of Ukraine signed an agreement with the Central Bank of Malta on organizing the exchange of hryvnia cash for euros.
As reported by Ukrinform with reference to press service The National Bank of Ukraine, a program that Ukrainian citizens can use, starts on August 1.
It is noted that the exchange operations will be carried out directly by the Central Bank of Malta.
“To carry out exchange transactions, you must have a valid certificate of receipt of protection from the Agency for International Protection on Malta. If we are talking about unaccompanied displaced Ukrainian minors, then the exchange will require the assistance of persons whose guardianship or representation has been certified by the authorized authority of the Republic of Malta,” the NBU said.
Within the framework of the program, you can exchange up to 10 thousand hryvnias per person. Exchange operations do not involve commissions or fees from the Maltese Central Bank.
As reported, the NBU has already concluded agreements on the exchange of hryvnia cash with the National Bank of Poland, the Federal Bank and the Ministry of Finance of Germany and Belgium.