Libyan Central Bank receives 250 million printed in Britain


The Libyan Central Bank based in Tripoli received Friday a shipment that included 250 million dinars (LYD5) that arrived in Mitiga Airport coming from the UK.

The Tripoli-based CBL said it would distribute this amount to all the commercial banks to all the Libyan cities with no exceptions according to the banking laws.

These newly printed banknotes come as part of an agreement between the CBL and the UK to print the Libyan dinar banknotes and send them to Libya by sums in a row.

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