16 June 2017

Sudan: Bank of Sudan Says It Will Continue Pumping Hard Currency to the Commercial Banks to Meet the Requirements By Pilgrims

Khartoum — The Central Bank of the Sudan on Friday reaffirmed it would continue pumping hard currencies into the commercial banks to meet the requirements of Sudanese going to the Holy Lands to perform the Small Hajj in Ramadan and the Pilgrim, in two months' time.

The central bank, the Bank of the Sudan, said the measures will be taken in coordination with the Hajj and Umra authorities.


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