Accordingly, he asked interested Sayrafa users to register all requests on the platform, starting Monday, May 31st until Wednesday, June 2nd, provided that payment at registration is in cash Lebanese pounds.
“U.S. dollars are paid exclusively with correspondent banks,” Salameh added, noting that the Banking Control Commission of Lebanon has been tasked with ensuring that money changers “adhere to the implementation of relevant circulars.”
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