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The NBU is withdrawing some money from circulation: which bills and coins should be exchanged in time

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Ukraine plans to withdraw some funds from circulation.

This information was reported by Today, URA-Inform reports.  

In particular, certain bills and coins must be exchanged before a certain date, otherwise they will cease to be legal tender and can only be useful for collecting.

According to information from the National Bank of Ukraine, the exchange of banknotes and coins must be carried out before September 30 of this year. The reason is that these monetary units are being withdrawn from circulation, and some of them are no longer accepted as payment.

The National Bank emphasized that after the established period there will be no particular point in keeping this money. They noted that it is necessary to hurry with the exchange of banknotes in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 hryvnia, as well as coins of 1,2, 5 and 25 kopecks, which were issued before 2003.

The exchange procedure will be available at the following addresses:

— Kyiv: Kontraktovaya Square, 2 a;

— Dnepr: Voskresenskaya street, 13;

— Lviv: Kopernik Street, 4;

— Odessa: Rishelievskaya street, 8;

— Kharkov: Theater Square, 1;

— Khmelnitsky: Vladimirskaya street, 91;

The exchange can also be made at branches of the largest banks: PrivatBank, Oschadbank, Raiffeisen Bank and FUIB. The addresses at which cash is exchanged at these financial institutions are indicated on their official websites.

We recall that it was previously reported that the National Bank made a statement on the exchange of old dollars: which bills will not be accepted.

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