Afghanistan’s central bank has announced that the biggest money exchange market-Sarai Shahzada- based in Kabul, will resume operation on September 4, Report informs referring to The Khaama Press.
Central bank-De Afghanistan bank- said that the people and money exchangers can resume their activities as normal.
Based on the statement released by the bank, the decision was unanimously made after consultations with the council of the market.
“People can go and restart their financial deals as normal. We promise to bring more facilities in banking services across the country,” reads the statement.
The statement reads that private and commercial banks are also open, and people can go and solve their problems.
Sarai Shahzada is Afghanistan’s biggest money-changing market that not only helps common people in sending, receiving, and changing money but also used to help the government in doing financial deals.
The leadership of the market is entirely dependent upon the central bank. Thus it was closed along with the bank.