The central banks of Germany, Lithuania and Poland have concluded an 18-month “twinning” project with the National Bank of Belarus, declaring the initiative a success.
The project began in early 2018 and was financed by European Union funds. It aimed to boost the capacity of the Belarusian central bank.
EU central banks and other institutions have carried out many twinning projects in Eastern European countries. But this was the first such project carried out in Belarus, which has spent most