Now, LD 112 million new ‘’British’’ bank notes arrive in Tripoli

By Sami Zaptia.

London, 2 June 2016:

Confusion continues in Libya caused by the claims and counterclaims regarding the newly printed bank notes arriving in the country.

The Tripoli-based Central Bank of Libya (CBL) announced that it had received LD 112.5 million’s worth of newly printed banknotes yesterday. It posted a photo and video of a cargo plane being unloaded. It also stated that the banknotes were printed in Britain.

The Tripoli CBL further confirmed that it expects another LD 250 million of new banknotes to arrive by the middle of June.

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