The Central Bank of West African States has reportedly asked the Ivory Coast to conduct audits of its offices.
Newswire Bloomberg quotes the justice minister, Jeannot Ahoussou, as saying the Central Bank of West African States' member countries want the Ivory coast to "evaluate the damages and losses incurred during the conflict. According to the bank's own evaluation, the losses amount to 300 billion CFA francs" ($648 million)".
The central bank was unavailable for comment.
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