Central Bank of Libya receives Britain-printed banknotes
The Tripoli-based Central Bank of Libya received Friday a new sum of the Libyan banknotes printed in Britain.
The money cargo arrived in Mitiga Airport in Tripoli.
The Central Bank said it was going to distribute the sum to the banks in all the Libyan cities as per the banking laws.
Libyans have been suffering from shortages in cash at banks that resulted in a huge wave of outrage among them as prices keep soaring and their salaries are imprisoned at the banks, which always have no cash except for a few days in the month.
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