The prime minister of Libya’s “government of national accord” has called for the strife-torn country’s two central banks to start working as one organisation, according to local media reports.
Fayez al-Sarraj called on the Central Bank of Libya (CBL) – in capital city Tripoli – and the parallel monetary authority – in eastern Libya – to convene an urgent meeting of their board of directors “to take measures and decisions to unify” the two central banks, reports the Libya Observer.
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