Fourth Session of the OIC’s Central Banks Forum was Held in Istanbul

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Tue, Sep 27 2022 2:56 PM
Fourth Session of the OIC’s Central Banks Forum was Held in Istanbul

September 26, 2022—Fourth session of the Central Banks Forum of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, which consists of 57 member countries, was held on 25-26 September, 2022 in Istanbul city of the Republic of Türkiye.

Director General of the Governor’s Office Department, Mr. Sediqullah Khalid, and Director General of the Islamic Banking Department, Dr. Muhammad Yousuf Salim attended this meeting.

The participants discussed important issues related to Islamic Banking including development and promotion of the Islamic Banking, relevant training programs, Halal business development among the Islamic countries, facilitating electronic payments, and liquidity management.

It’s to mention that Da Afghanistan Bank has remained committed to organizing all banking affairs in line with other Islamic countries and internationally accepted standards, and establishing effective banking relations with the central banks of the world.

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