Sudanese Ambassador to Moscow Muhammad al-Ghazali al-Tijani Siraj confirmed that the central banks of both Sudan and Russia are discussing the use of national currencies in mutual settlements.
Siraj said in an interview with Novosti news agency: “Russia has offered Sudan to use a system of financial transactions in which we accept national currencies. This issue is being discussed by the two central banks of the two countries, and we will see if this is possible.”
He added: “This is largely a technical issue that will be studied by the central banks of the two countries to see how this system works, and we will see the result in the near future.”
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