Al-Jumhuriya bank activates money transfer for students and patients
The branches of Al-Jumhuriya bank have started receiving applications for money transfers for students or patients abroad as part of the rules put by the Central Bank of Libya.
The Media Bureau of the CBL said Saturday that the transfer value mustn’t exceed $7500 or the sum’s worth in other foreign currencies.
The Media Bureau also explained what the needed paperwork for the transfer transaction would be, saying that the bank account of the one who wants to transfer money must be at least six months old.
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